Books

CAUTION: EDUCATING PEOPLE ABOUT ADHD 
Dr. Russell A. Barkley, Phd stresses, 
“ADHD individuals do not have a problem knowing what to do, they have a problem doing what they know.” Educating an ADHD brain which does not adequately transform knowledge into action is a poor substitute for a proper treatment plan. 


Current Recommendations:

"ADD Stole My Car Keys” 
(Rick Green & Umesh Jain, M.D. PH.D) 
- a humorous explanation of ADHD, and strategies for adults.

“Late, Lost, and Unprepared”
(Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D. & Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D.)
- explanation of executive function in children, and strategies to help.

“ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life”
(Judith Kolberg & Kathleen Nadeau, Ph. D)
- organization challenges and strategies for adults with ADHD.

“You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Crazy, or Stupid?”
(Kate Kelly & Peggy Ramundo)
- adult self-help book

"Driven to Distraction”
(Edward Hallowell, M.D. & John Ratey, M.D.)
- understandable medical description of ADHD

“Delivered from Distraction”
(Edward Hallowell, M.D. & John Ratey, M.D.)
- getting the most out of life with ADHD



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