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ADHD Alternatives, What does it mean to a kid to be labeled attention-deficit disordered (ADD)? Or to have "hyperactive" added to the label (ADHD)? What can teachers do to boost the success of students with attention and behavioral difficulties? Are we relying too much on medication for these kids and not enough on new perspectives on learning, child development, the child's socioeconomic and cultural background, biological and psychological research, and the learner's emotional and social needs?
|Conditions||Adrenal Support, Attention and Focus , Brain and Memory Support|
|Author||Aviva Romm and Tracy Romm|
|Categories||Discount Vitamins ; Books and Reference Material; Under $10; All Products|
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