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Nowhere To Hide : Why Kids With ADHD And LD Hate School And What We Can Do About It (2011, original release: 2011)

Call Number 371.94/SCHULTZ,J

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Adult Nonfiction371.94/SCHULTZ,JAvailable
Published: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, [2011] ©2011
Edition:  First edition
Description:  xiii, 321 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780470902981 (hardback), 0470902981 (hardback), 0470902981 :,
Language:  English

Machine generated contents note: Foreword (Edward M. Hallowell).Acknowledgments.Introduction.PART ONE: THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF STRESS.1. Stayin' Alive: Understanding the Human Brain and How It Responds to Stress.2. Stress Goes to School.PART TWO: MAKING SENSE OF LD AND ADHD.3. What's in a Name? Clearing Up Misperceptions About Learning Disabilities.4. Pay Attention! Demystifying ADHD.5. Decoding Stress with Neuropsychological Evaluations.PART THREE: HOW KIDS "SAVE FASE" AND DE-STRESS.6. Nowhere to Hide: How Negative Behaviors Help Kids "Save FASE".7. From Distress to DE-STRESS: Breaking the FASE Cycle and Putting Kids on the Path to Competence.PART FOUR: SPECIAL MESSAGES FOR TEACHERS AND PARENTS.8. Making Schools Stress-Less and Success-Full for Students with LD and ADHD.9. Parents and Families: Home Is Where the Heart (and Heartache) Is.Conclusion: All's Well That Ends. Well.Appendix A: Resources for Families and Teachers.Appendix B: Forms and Activities.References.About the Author.Index

"A new approach to help kids with ADHD and LD succeed in and outside the classroomThis groundbreaking book addresses the consequences of the unabated stress associated with Learning disabilities and ADHD and the toxic, deleterious impact of this stress on kids' academic learning, social skills, behavior, and efficient brain functioning. Schultz draws upon three decades of work as a neuropsychologist, teacher educator, and school consultant to address this gap. This book can help change the way parents and teachers think about why kids with LD and ADHD find school and homework so toxic. It will also offer an abundant supply of practical, understandable strategies that have been shown to reduce stress at school and at home. Offers a new way to look at why kids with ADHD/LD struggle at school Provides effective strategies to reduce stress in kids with ADHD and LD Includes helpful rating scales, checklists, and printable charts to use at school and home This important resource is written a faculty member of Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry and former classroom teacher"--Provided by publisher

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