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From the Back Cover
Minimize the impact of symptoms on your daily life
Understand the disorder, manage symptoms, and live a full life
Need to know more about AD/HD? Whether you′re a concerned parent or an adult with AD/HD, this friendly, easy–to–understand guide helps you recognize the symptoms, weigh your treatment options, and emphasize the positives of AD/HD. You get an overview of a variety of therapies, as well as help finding an AD/HD professional and keeping your life organized.
Discover How To:
- Determine if you or your child has AD/HD
- Get symptoms under control
- Choose the right treatment plan
- Reduce stress at home, school, and work
- Find the support you need
About the Author
Jeff Strong is the Founder and President of REI Institute, which focuses on neuro–developmental disabilities.
Michael O. Flanagan, MD, is a neuropsychiatrist in private practice in New Mexico.
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