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         Attention Deficit Disorder:     more books (109)
  1. K & W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorder, 7th Edition (College Admissions Guides) by Imy F. Wax, Marybeth Kravets, 2003-09-02
  2. Making the Grade With ADD: A Student's Guide to Succeeding in College With Attention Deficit Disorder by Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, 2008-07-02
  3. Attention Deficit Disorder: Adhd and Add Syndromes by Dale R. Jordan, 1998-06
  4. Rethinking Attention Deficit Disorders by Miriam Cherkes-Julkowski, 1997-04-25
  5. Wild Child: How You Can Help Your Child with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Other Behavioral Disorders by Don Mordasini, 2001-03-23
  6. Answers to ADD: Attention Deficit Disorder With or Without Hyperactivity: A Practical Guide for Parents by John Taylor, 1997-01
  7. Attention Deficit Disorder (Diseases and Disorders) by Barbara Sheen, 2000-09
  8. Attention Deficit Disorder : Strategies for School-Age Children by Clare B. Jones, 1998-11
  9. Attention Without Tension: A Teacher's Handbook on Attention Deficit Disorders by Edna Copeland, 1995-01
  10. Sourcebook for Children With Attention-Deficit Disorder by Clare B. Jones, 1999-03
  11. Parent's Guide to Attention Deficit Disorders, A by Lisa Bain, 1991-09-01
  12. Identification and Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder (Child Guidance Mental Health Series) by Nancy Nussbaum, Erin Bigler, 1990-06
  13. Attention Deficit Disorder, Volume 4: : Current Concepts and Emerging Trends in Attentional and Behavioral Disorders of Childhood (Book Supplement to the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, No by Lewis M. Bloomingdale, James Swanson, 1990-07
  14. Attention Deficit Disorder: Criteria, Cognition, Intervention : Proceedings of the Fifth High Point Hospital Symposium on Add, Held 10-14 June, 1985 (High ... on Add//Attention Deficit Disorder) by Lewis M. Bloomingdale, 1988-12

101. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) -
Learn about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, as well as attention deficit disorder. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Related concepts:
Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD, Hyperactivity Introduction:
Over-diagnosed? Under-diagnosed? Probably both – and certainly real. ADHD affects children’s school performance and their relationships with others. Parents who are wondering if their children have ADHD are often exhausted and frustrated.

102. Fibromyalgia: A New Perspective, Attention Deficit Disorder, Mitral Valve Prolap
A personal look at a connection between Fibromyalgia and attention deficit disorder.
Because I have been out of pain for over six years,
and have seen many in my fibromyalgia support group
respond as I have; I wanted to share my story with you.
It is my prayer that you will find the pleasure of being out of pain.
Patricia Stephens
I have shared what has worked for me and many others. This information in no way replaces the advice of your physician.
If you have any questions or comments
you may contact me at :
Fibromyalgia: A New Perspective
This is my story that describes how I found a way out of pain and back into a life. Published Article for ADDvance
Magazine August 2002 edition Dr. G.H. Davis Natural Therapies for FMS Stimulants: A Way Out of Pain Because stimulants were bringing many in my support group out of pain, I began to look for the reasons. Attention Deficit Disorder Criteria Read Fibromyalgia: A New Perspective before looking at this criteria. If you are not sure if this fits you, I would recommend the one in the book Driven to Distraction , which is more comprehensive.

103. Information About Dyslexia
Dr. Levinson was the first to discover that Dyslexia or LD and ADD all stem from one and the same innerear cerebellar-vestibular) dysfunction.
Basics of Dyslexia
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Review images and diagrams illustrating the structures and important interconnections of the brain. HOME CENTER INFO NEWS ... FORUMS
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104. Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD / ADHD Assessment Professionals
attention deficit disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Assessment Resources. ADD/ADHD INFORMATION RESOURCES.
Internet Special Education Resources
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Assessment Resources
The Kitty Petty ADD/LD Institute in Palo Alto, CA. The Special Education Advocacy and Consulting Alliance in Wisconsin The LD Online interactive Special Education is internet-based
Regional and Local Services Alabama
    Montgomery Southeast Center provides ADD/ADHD evaluations and intervention.
    Mesa psychologist specializing in ADD/ADHD evaluations and treatment.

105. An Online Community For Youth And Adults With Learning Disabilities.
An online community for youth and adults with learning disabilities including attention deficit disorder.
Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligence Take Your Free Test Information about learning styles and Multiple Intelligence (MI)) is helpful for everyone, but especially for people with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder. Knowing your learning style will help you develop coping strategies to compensate for your weaknesses and capitalize on your strengths. This page provides an explanation of what learning styles and multiple intelligence are all about, an interactive assessment of your learning style/MI, and practical tips to make your learning style work for you. Join Our Support Groups Join our message board support group. Post messages, ask questions, get help and make friends. LD Pride? This set of links explains the meanings of LD Pride and Deaf Pride and offers you a chance to contribute your own definition in the What is LD Pride to you? section of the site. It also offers suggestions on how to increase LD Pride in your community.
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  • Invisible Disability Definition Types of Invisible Disabilities Coping strategies Information on specific kinds of invisible disabilities Interactive Learning Disabilities Checklist Interactive Attention Deficit Disorder Checklist
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106. Causes Of Learning Disabilities And Attention Deficit Disorder During Pregnancy
Graduate Research Project on Environmental Causes of Learning Disabilties, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and other child neurological disorders.
Author: Richard W. Pressinger (M.Ed.)
Project Supervisor - Professor Kofi Marfo (Ph.D.), Special Education Department,
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
email: T his report is the result of a 1997 Graduate Student Research Project conducted through the Special Education Department at the University of South Florida. The project involved extensive research of published peer reviewed medical journal articles which have shown environmental and chemical exposure factors can cause damage to the delicate brain growth processes in the unborn child during pregnancy, thereby demonstrating potential to cause Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, Hyperactivity and other child behavior anomalies. This report generates serious concern as public exposure to identified chemical sources continues to grow due to increased use in homes, jobs and consumer products.
The impact of the resulting decreased quality of offspring upon the families,
schools and society is discussed.

107. Why Girls With Attention Deficit Disorder Go Undiagnosed
Why Girls with attention deficit disorder Go Undiagnosed. Many people think attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a boy s disease.
Why Girls with Attention Deficit Disorder Go Undiagnosed Their Symptoms Are Not The Same As In Boy
As these girls hit the teen years, the increased organizational demands of junior high and high school become too much. They may become tired and disheartened by poor school performance. The girls with hyperactivity may throw themselves into social relationships to compensate. They may be described as "boy-crazy" or "party girls". ADD and ADHD girls alike begin to show more risky sexual and other behaviors. They may use drugs or alcohol both due to increasing impulsivity and to self-medicate. Shoplifting, teen pregnancy, and eating disorders are also found more often in females with ADD. Why the Symptoms Are Different
The differences in actual enviromental disorganization are clearly due to social factors. But, no one knows for certain why there is such a large difference in hyperactive behavior between the two genders. It could be that girls have more pressure to conform. Course, loud social behavior in a boy may be tolerated. But, a girl may be more pressured into silence. Likewise for girls, the impulsive actions may get a more negative reaction from adults and peers alike. In fact, it has been found that girls with ADHD (those who do express the hyperactive qualities) have more negative social consequences than boys. This is true even though the boys have more hyperactivity. No physical differences have been identified. Girls With ADD Are Not Considered A Problem To Their Teachers

108. The Association For Comprehensive NeuroTherapy (ACN)
Dedicated to exploring advanced and alternative treatments for neurological conditions. Home of the Latitudes newsletter. Presently focusing on autism, Tourette syndrome, attention deficit disorder, and learning disabilities.

109. ADD, ADHD, Attention Deficit Disorder, ADD Tests, Brain SPECT Amen Clinic
Brain SPECT imaging, SPECT, Brain Imaging, ADD, ADHD, attention deficit disorder, ADD tests, Brain Tests, Dr. Daniel Amen, Behavior Disorders, Learning
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110. Oops!
Internal medical practice with a specialty interest in diagnosis and treatment of adverse effects of medication and vaccines, chronic illnesses including chronic fatigue syndrome, and fibromyalgia, and adult attention deficit disorder.

111. EmTech - Attention Deficit Disorders
attention deficit disorders. ADD Center; ADDO ; ADDO FOUNDATION; About attention deficit disorder; Accommodations Help Students with Attention Deficit;
Updated: 4/19/04 Attention Deficit Disorders

112. Attention Deficit Disorder And Hyperactivity - Mental Health And Growing Up
Mental Health and Growing Up, Second Edition attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity.
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What are the problems? The words attention deficit and hyperactivity are used by professionals to describe the problems of children who are overactive and have difficulties concentrating. In everyday life, people often describe children who become excitable, boisterous or disobedient as hyperactive. The professional term refers to a more severe and long-lasting problem. The terms attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are used in the USA. The official term in the UK is hyperkinetic disorder . It describes a severe condition which affects about 1 in 100 primary school children. These differences in terminology sometimes causes confusion. In both instances, affected children usually have problems with attention control and overactivity. What are the signs?

113. Discovery Health Attention Deficit Disorder
attention deficit disorder, which is also called ADD, is a disorder in which a person shows a certain pattern of behavior over time.

114. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Part I
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115. Learning Disability Learning Disabilities, Learning, Math And Reading
PACE tutoring is a new proven method to help people with learning disabilites such as attention deficit disorder and dyslexia. Used by parents or professionals.
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116. Attention Deficit Disorder - When Untreated A Problem For Society - Not Just The
attention deficit disorder (ADD) (Hyperactivity). Not Why should the public care about attention deficit disorder (ADD / ADHD)? Isn
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) (Hyperactivity) Not an excuse, but a biological difference that makes a difference. Charles K. Kenyon , Assistant State Public Defender, Marinette NOTE: This paper will be updated at the 1998 Wisconsin State Public Defender Forum. When it is, you will be able to review the updated version at this address and this page will be moved to a new URL. If you want, you can be notified by e-mail when this page is changed. Why should the public care This is a serious problem. A. B. 52% of people with (untreated) ADD will have drug or alcohol problems. C. 30% of people with ADD (untreated) will never finish high school. D. 75% of adults with ADD have relationship problems as an adult. E. ADD is the most common learning problem among children, teens, and adults. It affects more than 17 million Americans. F. Upon a little questioning it seems that 40-50% of my clients have diagnoses of ADD or hyperactivity in their past or at least meet the history requirements for such a diagnosis. G.

117. Fish Oils And Attention Deficit Disorder
Fish Oils and attention deficit disorder. Summaries of the latest research concerning fish oils and attention deficit disorder. Attention
Fish Oils and Attention Deficit Disorder
Summaries of the latest research concerning fish oils and attention deficit disorder Attention-deficit disorder in adults
Arnold, L. Eugene. Alternative treatments for adults with ADHD. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 931, June 2001, pp. 310-41 Docosahexaenoic acid deficiency may be key to ADHD
WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA. It is estimated that 3-5% of the school-age population in the United States suffer from attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Prominent symptoms of this disorder are a poor attention span, inability to complete tasks, hyperactivity, and a tendency to interrupt others. Almost one quarter of children with ADHD also suffer from one or more specific learning disabilities in math, spelling or reading.
Burgess, John R., et al. Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 71 (suppl), January 2000, pp. 327S- 30S Fish oils may help dyslexic children
GUILDFORD, UNITED KINGDOM. Dyslexia is a fairly common condition which involves difficulties in learning to read and write, mirror reversals of letters and words, and poor short-term memory. Dyslexia is closely related to dyspraxia (problems with coordination and muscle control) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is estimated that about 10% of the populations of the United States and the United Kingdom suffer from dyslexia and 4% are severely affected. There was a 3-fold increase in the prevalence of learning disorders in the USA over the period 1976 to 1993 and 80% of the new cases involved dyslexia.

118. ADD - Attention Deficit Disorder And Yoga
Yoga for babies and children with special needs Down syndrome, autism, attention deficit disorder, ADHD, cerebral palsy and learning disabilities.
Attention Deficit Disorder is a behavioral disorder formally defined as a significant deficiency in age-appropriate attention, impulse control and rule-governed behavior, which manifests in early childhood. Associated behaviors include: difficulty in following instructions; speaking or acting before one thinks; poor organizational skills; restlessness; impatience; forgetfulness; low self-esteem; and, in the case of children with ADHD, hyperactivity. Some experts believe that attention deficit disorder is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain, but there is no documented proof that this is actually the case. The incidence of attention deficit disorder varies from 3 to 15 percent for school age population, depending on the strictness of the diagnosis. Sometimes referred to as ADD or ADD/WO (attention deficit disorder without hyperactivity), children with this disorder generally do not perform well in school, though most of them test at average or above average intelligence. Since breath is deeply connected to the emotions, teaching yogic breathing exercises (pranayama) is an ideal way to start working with children who have attention deficit disorder. However, it is important for the yoga teacher to first find a way to create a strong bond with the child, in order to gain the child's trust and attention. Then the exercises will progress more rapidly. In addition to its positive effect on the emotions, pranayama stimulates vital areas of the brain and central nervous system. By combining pranayama with yoga poses (asanas) and deep relaxation, the benefits are greatly enhanced. With regular yoga practice, children with attention deficit disorder develop greater body awareness, emotional balance and concentration - increasing their capacity for schoolwork and creative play. As overall performance improves, so does their self-esteem.

119. ADD Resources
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120. Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Adult attention deficit disorder. attention deficit disorder tends to focus predominately on children, leaving the ADD adult population largely under served.

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