ADHD: 102 Practical Strategies for Reducing the Deficit


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This best seller on ADD/ADHD is a concise easy-to-follow resource that features powerful strategies to help ADD/ADHD students improve their academic and social/emotional abilities. The authors present 102 ways parents and professionals can help children and adolescents cope with and overcome ADHD. Included are checklists and charts to help with organizational skills.

Using a brief and quick reference format this book shows you how the deficit in ADD/ADHD can be reduced in children and adolescents.

This resource is immediately useable for professionals educators and parents. It includes:

  • Understanding and Treating ADHD
  • Strategies & Accommodations for School & Home
  • Establishing Patterns of Success
Written by Kim “Tip” Frank, Susan Smith-Rex
Paperback ISBN 9781889636368
Grades K-12
94 pages
Release Date March 1, 2001

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Youthlight, Inc.

Kim “Tip” Frank, longtime school counselor and therapist, has had the privilege of helping thousands of students, formerly as a teacher, and more recently, as a counselor/therapist. Tip worked in the public school setting for over 20 years and now maintains a thriving, private counseling practice. He has authored and coauthored numerous books on topics including ADD/ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, social skills, grief, technology and gaming addictions, divorce and separation, and presents nationally on these topics.

Sue Smith-Rex, Ed.D. recently retired as a professor of Special Education from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. after thirty years of teaching in both public schools and higher education, she is now doing consulting work involving “at risk” issues and is the owner of a small business. In addition to co-authoring eleven books, she has conducted workshops throughout the US on the topics of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and school bullying. She has been the recipient of many professional awards: 1998- South Carolina Association of Counselors’ Humanitarian Award; 1992- President Bush’s Point of Light Award; and the 1988- Jefferson Pilot recipient of the Jefferson Award for public service.

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