Part #13- Two Book Reviews Pertaining to the field of ADHD
NASET ADHD SERIES
This issue of NASET's ADHD series will focus on two separate book reviews pertaining to the field of ADHD.
Book Review #1: This book review was done by Natalie Bayon Keime, a student at Florida International University. A review of One Step Forward Two Steps Back: Living with ADHD/ODD, a Mother’s Perspective by Enelle Lamb is presented. This book is a mother’s account of her struggles with her son and his disabilities. Throughout the book she tries to inspire and give advice to parents and teachers of how to help these types of children. The author is also very honest in her account as she expresses her thoughts and says things others might be embarrassed to admit or say. This book is written from the perspective of a parent but analyzed by a general education teacher giving a fresh perspective to the story.
Book Review #2: This book review was done by Michelle Wilcox, a student at Florida International University. A review of Parenting Your Child with ADHD: A No-Nonsense Guide for Nurturing Self-Reliance and Cooperation by Craig B. Wiener, Ed.D. is presented in this article. This book in particular offers ways to understand, reinforce, reduce, and manage dealing with ADHD behavior without the use of medication. This book is a wonderful resource for parents and educators searching for alternative ways to assist children with ADHD with a more natural approach.