4 edition of Executive Parenting found in the catalog.
October 23, 2006 by Dandelion Enterprises .
Written in English
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Branstetter's book is straight to the point and extremely useful. The book can be read cover to cover or more as a reference tool. It is filled with useful resources and direct-to-the-point advice on how to navigate challenges associated with executive functioning, while maintaining a positive relationship with your child.
Dr.4/5(8). Other books mention executive function which amounts to explaining the way the ADD brain may process information, retain it, retrieve it.
Also the time it takes to do this compared to a person without ADD. This book takes a look at various ages and activities which may indicate problem areas. Then thoughts about dealing with them/5(86). Executive Functioning is a new hot topic in education and behavior.
Many people have heard of it, but lots of people have a hard time describing exactly what it is. With more and more kids being diagnosed with executive functioning delays - this book is extremely useful for parents and school professionals/5(38).
The Impulsive, Disorganized Child: Solutions for Parenting Kids with Executive Functioning Difficulties Paperback – March 1, by James Forgan Ph.D. (Author), Mary Anne Richey (Author) out of 5 stars 20 ratings/5(20).
Shelves: non-fiction, occupational-therapy, parenting This book is written more for partents, or teachers who are just starting to deal with kids who have executive functioning dysfunction. (Exectuive Functioning includes memory, impulse control, organization of materials, planning ahead.) It was too basic for it to be much help for me/5.
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Executive Skills Questionnaire — Peg Dawson & Richard Guare Step I: Read each item below and then rate that item based on the extent to which you agree or disagree with how well it describes you. Use the rating scale below to choose the appropriate score. Then add the three scores in each section.
Use the Key on page 2 to determine yourFile Size: KB. Parenting books can be great for families with a lot of conflict, but even families that are comfortable and rarely fight can still benefit from the lessons in these books.
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