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e-Book ADD and the College Student: A Guide for High School and College Students with Attention Deficit Disorder epub download

Author: Patricia O. Quinn
ISBN: 1557986630
Pages: 160 pages
Publisher: Magination Pr; Revised edition (January 1, 2001)
Language: English
Category: Schools & Teaching
Size ePUB: 1453 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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e-Book ADD and the College Student: A Guide for High School and College Students with Attention Deficit Disorder epub download

by Patricia O. Quinn



Dr. Quinn is the author of several books on AD/HD and is currently the director of the National Center for Girls and Women with ADHD.

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Survival Guide for College Students with ADHD or LD. Kathleen G. Nadeau. Patricia Quinn, MD has put together a helpful, concise, easy-to-read book that addresses the problems which may develop for students in high school and college. Each chapter is written by a different specialist who offers information on their specific topic.

Life-style habits for your success. Patricia O. Quinn, MD, is a developmental pediatrician in Washington, DC. Dr. Quinn obtained her medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School.

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A list of books, college guides, magazines, and national organizations are included for further information.

use; how it may affect females differently than males; and provides voices from students who speak out about ADD. Part 3 presents treatments for ADD, including a description of the common medications used. A list of books, college guides, magazines, and national organizations are included for further information.

This book offers ideas on how to cope with ADHD in college and beyond. Magination Press 2001. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance.

Major Challenges for High School and College Students With ADHD. Academic coaching at the college level is already recognized as an effective tool. At some colleges and universities, staff have been trained to serve as part-time coaches to help students with academics. Edge Foundation Staff: There are seven major areas that most students with ADHD struggle with: Scheduling. Duke University, Landmark College, and the University of North Carolina, for example, offer on-campus coaching to students. Other institutions have experimented with peer coaching.

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At once reassuring and brimming with practical information and advice, this concise handbook will help students with ADD to effectively navi gate the difficult transition to college life.
Nilasida
I learned alot form this quick read. I am the mother of a 16 year old girl recently diagnosed with ADD. I learned that much of my frustration with my daughter is really frustration with her ADD. Good info on coping strategies and resources, and an especially nice chapter about ADD as it manifests for girls, as opposed to boys.

My daughter also enjoyed reading it and it helped to improve her self esteem, reinforcing that much of the frustration she has faced was the result of her ADD, and there are ways to work with this so she can enjoy more success in her life.

This book was recommended by the psychologist we worked with.
Bajinn
Anything that can help a parent get a child with HD/HD through school is a must read. Sometimes if you only get one thing from the whole book - that one thing may have the most impact on how you cope.
Hellmaster
Good book
Cordaron
This book is, at best, an intro to ADHD.I bought it hoping that there would be some specific "how to study" tips for highschool and college students with AD/HD, but there is nothing of the sort. In fact, there is very little in this book that isn't found in other books written for children or adults. The chapter, "Legal rights of students with ADD" is useful and relevant, but that is 10 pages out of a 150.

There are two other annoying things about this book. First, Quinn uses the term 'ADD', which has been scientifically obsolete since the 1980s. Second, Quinn's writing style is somewhat condescending.

I would recommend that a person new to their diagnosis, or even somebody who is old hand, read "You Mean I'm not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy?" as opposed to this book.
Lavivan
which, given its target audience, could be a good thing?

Either way, I got *very* little new information out of this book... and I'm no expert... I've only spent a few hours looking ADD up online.

If you need something to tell a student with ADD what ADD is like (as if they wouldn't know), and offer some overly obvious solutions... this is your book... or pamphlet.
asAS
Patricia Quinn, MD has put together a helpful, concise, easy-to-read book that addresses the problems which may develop for students in high school and college. Each chapter is written by a different specialist who offers information on their specific topic. I recommend this book to all my ADD teenaged clients whether or not they want to go on to college. It is an extremely helpful resource.
Mayno
I've read much on ADHD, but if I were only reading one book, I would pick this book. Straight forward, well organized, empathetic, thorough, and realistic, this guide provides a road map to success. Additionally, the medication and legal issues sections will serve as handy and quick references. Quinn has provided the ADD student and parent with an outstanding guide book.
Very helpful!