This popular reference and text provides essential guidance for school-based professionals meeting the challenges of ADHD at any grade level. A team-based approach to intervention is emphasized in chapters offering research-based guidelines for identifying and assessing children with ADHD and those at risk; understanding learning difficulties associated with the disorder; developing an overall intervention and support plan for each student; implementing behavioral, academic, and social support strategies in the classroom; monitoring medication use and collaborating effectively with physicians; and conducting adjunctive interventions, such as parent training. Comprehensive and practical, the book includes several reproducible assessment tools and handouts.
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George J. DuPaul, PhD, is Professor and Coordinator of School Psychology at Lehigh University.
Gary Stoner, PhD, is Professor and Director of the School Psychology Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
1. Overview of ADHD
2. Assessment of ADHD in School Settings
3. ADHD and Learning Difficulties: What Is the Connection?
4. Early Screening, Identification, and Intervention
5. School-Based Intervention Strategies
6. Medication Therapy
7. Adjunctive Interventions for ADHD
8. Communication with Parents, Professionals, and Students
9. Conclusions and Future Directions
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