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Are you struggling to help a child with ADHD? 

ADHD can be rough to deal with as an adult, but it’s even worse when you’re a child. Children don’t often understand what they are going through and why they cannot concentrate and focus like other children. Which is why they need their parents and other adults in their lives to be able to explain it to them. 

This book will teach you everything you need to know to help a child with ADHD and answer any questions that they might have. But more importantly, it will help to answer any questions that you might have. 

What will this book teach you about ADHD?

  • Signs that your kid might have ADHD 
  • Understanding ADHD 
  • Nutritional guides and interventions for children with ADHD 
  • How to get kids prepared to excel at school when they have ADHD 
  • What type of activities are good for children with ADHD 
  • Coping and management skills 
  • And much more!  

By educating yourself about childhood ADHD then you will be better prepared to help your child or any child in your care that is going through the same. More importantly, it will teach you how to spot the symptoms so that you can start putting systems in place and educating your child about ADHD before they start to fall behind in school and in life. 

ADHD doesn’t have to hinder your child from having a normal, healthy life. In fact, by educating yourself now and taking the proper steps, it doesn’t have to change their quality of life at all. If you are ready to give a child in your life their best chance of success while living with ADHD, then you need to get this book.

©2019 Stephan Barron (P)2020 Stephan Barron

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  • Melisa Bissonette
  • 25-03-2020

Great for younger kids

I found this book to be very helpful for my 7 year old son just starting grade 3. It's very straight forward and simple for both children and parents to understand and filled with activities you can do together to understand ADHD.

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  • Emilia Yu
  • 22-03-2020

I like this audiobook so much

This is the best audiobook for parents of a child with an ADHD diagnosis that I've come across. Will thoroughly recommend.

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  • Ali Bright
  • 22-03-2020

I’ve found this audio book pretty helpful

Life changing audio book!! Very well narrated and actually has applicable, every day, real life scenarios and tells a floundering parent what to say and do in the heat of the moment.

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  • Brady Moss
  • 21-03-2020

Audible message gives you a good overview

With reference to how to stop reinforcing negative behaviors, what to do when your child is first diagnosed, and how you can manage ADHD at home and in school, this book is your all-in-one guide to understanding the world of ADHD.

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  • N Smith
  • 20-03-2020

Amazing 0

This really related with me gives me hope and motivation, I'm 10 less than a year diagnosed. been walking down a lost raid find my way home and after this book I have more tools to get closer to where I wanna be thank you.

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  • N Smith
  • 20-03-2020

Great for morale, lacking in treatment

Insightful and helpful in portraying ADHD as a gift that has helped mankind throughout the ages.... I would have liked to hear a bit more about Inattentive ADHD, which is a bit different and requires different strategies to harness.

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  • A Smith
  • 20-03-2020

Life changing book.

This is a must read for anyone who has children with ADHD or thinks that they themselves may have it.

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  • B Martin
  • 20-03-2020

Crucial to understanding your ADHD child - makes p

Outstanding. This book was a key resource for us in understanding how the ADHD mind works, and thus, how to guide it in a way that sets him up for success. It also does a great job of reminding us how many ADHD characteristics can be seen as strengths instead of as flaws. I strongly recommend this book to parents of ADHD children, and I'm actually looking forward to reading it again!

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  • Cndy Perkins
  • 20-03-2020

Five Stars

Highly recommend this book for any parent raising a child with ADHD! Lots of helpful tips and information.

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  • J Williams
  • 20-03-2020

Good information for parents of children of ADHD

Informative and helpful. The first few chapters of the book were of more value than the latter part of the book.

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  • Particia Grote
  • 25-03-2020

For children & adults

I got this book to help myself and my son learn how to cope and manage with ADHD. It has great worksheet pages to keep him interested.

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  • Caridad Vaughns
  • 25-03-2020

Helpful activities

I have two kids with ADHD. I got the book for my 11 year old son and wasn’t sure if my 13 year old would think it was too childish. She actually asked if she could get it too!

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  • Conchita Tomblin
  • 25-03-2020

This book is amazing!

This book is amazing! I skipped much of the first chapter. My daughter and I enjoyed doing the second chapter together.(she’s 8) It really boosted her self esteem and brought the two of us closer. She really understands herself more and has more confidence in her abilities.

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  • Piper Mccarron
  • 25-03-2020

We finished this book in just a few days!

I was a little concerned that it was too advanced for my child when we first started it. Some of the paragraphs are lengthy and its hard enough to hold an ADHD child's attention. But I was wrong. While she may skim through a longer paragraph here and there, I remind her it's important to get all the information so we can better understand.

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  • Gina Sams
  • 25-03-2020

An amazingly incredibly unbelievably useful book.

This book is a crystal explanation of ADHD and is full of esteem-building and coping activities. I am going out on a limb here but I think it is almost a crime NOT to get this into the hands of any ADHD child.

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  • Buford Sweeney
  • 19-03-2020

tips and managing for ADHD patient

Life with a child or teen with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD) can be frustrating, even overwhelming. But as a parent you can help your child overcome daily challenges, channel their energy into positive arenas, and bring greater calm to your family.

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  • Norberto Walsh
  • 19-03-2020

Keep things in perspective

Remember that your child’s behavior is related to a disorder. Most of the time it is not intentional. Hold on to your sense of humor. What’s embarrassing today may be a funny family story ten years from now. Grabbing this audiobook will absolutely healed and answers your rumors and instinct about this kind of disorder.

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  • Stacey Hammond
  • 19-03-2020

be willing to make some compromises.

One chore left undone isn’t a big deal when your child has completed two others plus the day’s homework. If you are a perfectionist, you will not only be constantly dissatisfied but also create impossible expectations for your child with ADHD.

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  • May Hendricks
  • 19-03-2020

Take breaks and listen

Friends and family can be wonderful about offering to babysit, but you may feel guilty about leaving your child, or leaving the volunteer with a child with ADHD. Next time, accept their offer and discuss honestly how best to handle your child.

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  • Preston Winters
  • 19-03-2020

Learnings and achievements advice

Truly that a child or toddlers that has ADHD is having like non-stop energy reason why usually parents may advising to find a sport that your child will enjoy and that suits their strengths. For example, sports such as softball that involve a lot of “down time” are not the best fit for children with attention problems.

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