ADHD/ADD Medications

ADHD/ADD Medications
ADHD/ADD Medications

ADHD/ADD Medications

By Peter Levine, By Helen F. Neville

A Parenting Press Qwik Book

FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

34 Pages, 5.5 x 8.5

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $9.95 (US $9.95) (CA $10.95)

ISBN 9781936903016

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Jan 2011)
Parenting Press

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Overview

Seeking to put the minds of parents of children with ADHD/ADD at ease, this concise reference provides a brief explanation of ADHD/ADD behavior and also discusses the medications most often prescribed for treating these conditions. In lay language, the authors discuss the typical process of prescribing and monitoring the use of medication, the possible side effects medications can have, the benefits and drawbacks of medication holidays, and what to expect as children with ADHD/ADD grow older.

Author Biography

Peter Levine is a pediatrician who focuses on and specializes in ADHD.Helen F. Neville, BS, RN, is a nurse and a parent educator. She is the author of Is This a Phase? and What to Do About Sleep Problems in Young Children and a coauthor of Mommy! I Have to Go Potty! and Temperament Tools.

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