In this book Hannah Mortimer concentrates on planning and supporting the individual needs of children with attention difficulties. There are useful pointers to help in identification; examples of developing, implementing and monitoring programmes and activities; working with other professionals; and working in partnership with parents.
AD/HD and Attention Difficulties
'This is a super little book, a 'must have' for any early years setting, whether or not there is a child with AD/HD. It's unlikely to be left on the shelf - it is so full of useful information, ideas and strategies for dealing with the child who has attention problems, that the practitioner will probably have it constantly to hand.'