Recommended Reading and Viewing  for Organizing with ADD/ADHD


  A great resource for parents    who want to understand the    symptoms and common          behaviors of ADD/ADHD in      teenagers.  The author            provides practical solutions      to maximize your teenager's
  potential.


  Ideal for parents with children            who stuggle with impulse control,      initiation, planning and organizing,    self-monitoring, and more.

  Get the solutions you need to help      your child be more independent        and productive!


  
  This handbook discusses          intervention practices that        help kids with ADHD break      through barriers and succeed    in their lives.



  This book helps couples            better understand each other    and learn to appreciate and      understand each other's          differences.  Many people        have even given this book        credit for saving their              marriage!


  FAST MINDS is an acronym for
  common symptoms often seen in                ADHD:

  Forgetful.  Achieving below   potential.    Stuck in a rut.  Time challenged.     
  Motivationally challenged.  Impulsive.
  Novelty seeking.  Distractible.  Scattered.

 Through patient histories of both adults     and children, this book explores the many   forms ADHD takes, from hyperactivity to   daydreaming.  The book dispels myths,   offers coping tools, and gives a thorough   accounting of treatment options and tips   for dealing with a diagnosed child, partner,   or family member.  It also includes a focus   on the positives that can come with ADHD   including high energy, intuitiveness,   creativity, and enthusiasm.


  This book was written with      the ADD/ADHD reader in          mind.  It offers practical,          easy-to-read advice on how      to simplify and structure
  your life at three different        levels: self-help, help from      family and friends, and help      from professionals.



   
   Written by a professional organizer     and mother of an ADD child, this       beautifully photographed book is       easy to read and gives common         sense tips on how to simplify and       organize each room in the home.

  
  This book offers self-                coaching on how to deal with    the many challenges faced
  by adults with ADD and            ADHD, including impulsivity,    distraction, clutter and            hyperfocusing.




   
   This book, written for "right-             brained" people, describes                 practical solutions for creative           people to organize their stuff,
   their time, and their lives.




    If self-help books make you feel more stressed and anxious, click here to learn how Organizing            Magic provides hands-on assistance for families and students at home!

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   Many of the books listed below are part of our own personal collection of organizing literature.
  
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