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Kids in the syndrome mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger's, Tourette's, bipolar, and more!
Kutscher, Martin L.
Adult Nonfiction RJ506.B44 K88 2005

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For 18 years, Kutscher (pediatrics & neurology, New York Medical Coll.) has been diagnosing often coexisting neuropsychiatric disorders like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autisic spectrum disorders, learning difficulties, and bipolar disorder. His accessible and comprehensive guide covers the general principles of diagnosis and treatment of those disorders in children; individual chapters on each condition elucidate causes, symptoms, interactions between conditions, and treatments. Parents and professionals alike will find the behavioral strategies, case vignettes, and practical tips particularly helpful. Those interested more in curricular modifications, useful equipment, and resources for children with similar needs should read Polly Edmonds's Understanding Sensory Dysfunction. As the first book to cover such a wide range of disorders for lay readers, this is highly recommended for public libraries with special-needs parenting sections.-Walter J. Cegelka, St. Thomas Univ., Miami (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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