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Bright not broken : gifted kids, ADHD, and autism
Kennedy, Diane M.
Adult Nonfiction RJ137 .K46 2011

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ContentsPage
About the Authorsp. ix
Authors' Notep. xi
Prefacep. xiii
Introductionp. xv
Part I - Who They Are
1 - Twice Exceptional: A Nontraditional View of Giftednessp. 3
2 - Recognizing 2e: A Confusing Mix of Abilities and Challengesp. 17
3 - 2e, ADHD, and Labels: Misunderstanding Behaviors and Missing Deficitsp. 37
4 - Autism and 2e: A Better Understanding of Deficits and Behaviorsp. 57
Part II - Why They're Stuck
5 - A Layman's Guide to the Dsm: The Flawed System That Traps Our Childrenp. 81
6 - Fact or Fallacy: Questioning the Validity of the Adhd Diagnosisp. 101
7 - Misunderstanding the Spectrum of Autism: An Important "e" in 2ep. 119
8 - 2e Students and Education: Too Bright, Too Brokenp. 139
Part III - How to Help Them
9 - Diagnosing the Whole Child: Identifying Abilities and Minimizing Deficitsp. 165
10 - Educating the Whole Child: Nurturing Abilities and Supporting Challengesp. 183
Conclusion: Ensuring the Best Future for Our Brightest Mindsp. 209
Additional Resourcesp. 219
Notesp. 225
Acknowledgmentsp. 261
Indexp. 267


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