Attention Deficit Disorder Sourcebook : Basic Consumer Health Information about Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults (Healt

Attention Deficit Disorder Sourcebook : Basic Consumer Health Information about Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults (Healt

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Part I: Introduction
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 3 (28)
(AD/HD): An Overview
Questions and Answers about AD/HD 31 (8)
Distinguishing AD/HD from Other Conditions 39 (10)
AD/HD and Other Conditions 40 (4)
More Information on Conduct Disorders 44 (5)
Is AD/HD Considered a Learning Disability? 49 (6)
Ways of Thinking about AD/HD 55 (4)
Myths about AD/HD 59 (6)
Research Update on AD/HD 65 (6)
Drug and Alcohol Use during Pregnancy Linked 71 (10)
to AD/HD in Children
Successful People with AD/HD 81 (6)
Part II: Diagnosis and Treatment
Diagnosis and Treatment of AD/HD: An Overview 87 (10)
The National Institute of Mental Health's 97 (8)
``Multimodal Treatment Study''
Guiding Principles in Diagnosis and Treatment 105(8)
of AD/HD
Medication Management of Children and Adults 113(20)
with AD/HD
Medication in the Management AD/HD 114(13)
An Update on Medications Used in the 127(6)
Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder
Stimulant Medicines and Children: Ritalin, 133(16)
Wellbutrin, and Other AD/HD Drugs
Long-Term Effects of Stimulant Medications on 149(4)
the Brain
Homeopathy as an Alternative to Ritalin 153(10)
What Is AD/HD Coaching? 163(4)
Mutual Life Coaching 167(4)
Unproven Treatments for AD/HD 171(8)
Vision Therapy: Is It an Effective Treatment 179(14)
for AD/HD?
Part III: Help for Parents and Teachers
Guidelines for Parenting Your 193(6)
Attention-Different Child
AD/HD-Advice for Parents and Families 199(4)
Fatherhood and AD/HD 203(8)
How Food Affects the Brain 211(20)
Resolving Differences between Teachers and 231(8)
Parents
Individualized Education Program (IEP): What 239(14)
You Should Know
IEP Team Members 240(3)
Suggestions for IEP 243(5)
10 Things You Should Do Before Attending 248(5)
Your Child's IEP
Teaching Children with Attention 253(4)
Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
How to Help Children Succeed in School 257(20)
The ``No Child Left Behind'' Education Reform 277(6)
Agenda
AD/HD Under the Individuals with Disabilities 283(12)
Education Act
Part IV: AD/HD Facts for Specific Populations
AD/HD and Children Who Are Gifted 295(4)
AD/HD in Females: From Childhood to Adulthood 299(8)
A Teenager's Guide to AD/HD 307(8)
Youth with Disabilities in the Juvenile 315(4)
Justice System
Substance Abusers and AD/HD 319(10)
Advice for College, Students with AD/HD 329(14)
Legal Rights of the College Student with 330(4)
AD/HD
Ways That Students Can Help Themselves 334(9)
Part V: Adults with AD/HD
Diagnosing AD/HD in Adults 343(4)
Coping and Compensatory Strategies for Adults 347(6)
with AD/HD
Adult AD/HD and Social Skills 353(6)
Couples and AD/HD 359(4)
Things Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder 363(2)
(ADD) Would Like Their Partners to Know
Close Relationships, Intimacy, and AD/HD 365(6)
Advice from an Adult with AD/HD 371(6)
ADD in the Workplace 377(4)
Finding Your AD/HD-Friendly Job 381(6)
Should You Tell Your Employer You Have AD/HD? 387(4)
AD/HD in the Military 391(4)
When ADD Adults Learn English as a Second 395(8)
Language
Part VI: Additional Help and Information
Glossary of Related Terms 403(4)
Support Groups and Organizations 407(6)
Toll Free Resources and Hotlines 413(2)
AD/HD Resources on the Internet 415(6)
Suggested Additional Reading 421(12)
Index 433