Children who have ADHD find it hard to concentrate and are always on the move. Some children seem difficult to engage and the child is forever ‘getting into trouble’.
This book has been written to provide practical ideas and suggestions to support those working or living with children aged 4-11 years who happen to have ADHD and better understand the world from their viewpoint.
Author Wendy Usher uses over 30 years of experience bringing insights and ideas in an easy to understand and practical way, with page after page of photocopiable resources to use.
“When we hear the term ‘ADHD’ we often think of children who find it hard to control their behaviour, act before thinking and lack the ability to concentrate. All this might be true, but there is far more to ADHD than initially meets the eye. This book will help you to understand ADHD and provides a wide range of ideas and suggestions to support those with this condition.” Wendy Usher
This book is available individually or as part of the ADHD Classroom Kit in a Bag resource to support children at school who happen to have ADHD and also as part of the SEN Practical Resource Books Set of 5