Teaching and ADHD in the Southern African Classroom

Teaching and ADHD in the Southern African Classroom

This book addresses the central issues relating to children with ADHD in the classroom. Few teachers understand the many different ways in which ADHD can affect a child's health, behaviour, ability to concentrate and/or self esteem. Providing rich information to teachers just starting to learn about ADHD, or those with many years of experience, this book should be in every classroom.


"Teaching and ADHD in the Southern African Classroom provides invaluable information, immeasurable advice and guidance, insight and understanding - a must for principals, educators and parents alike."
Sandy Brink, School Headmistress.


"A richly detailed book like this is long overdue. This is an easy to read, easy to understand, useful resource manual that will be around for many years. All educators, students and parents can benefit from it"
Dr Shabeer Jeeva, Specialist Psychiatrist.


"It should be a table top for every educator, a reference library text in academic institutions and an absolute must for parents and caregivers."
Modise Mogotsi, Occupational Therapist.


"The common sense, hands-on approach of many of the chapters will be very useful for teachers of children with special needs - even outside the ADHD spectrum"
Professor Andre Venter, Paediatrician.


Teaching and ADHD in the Southern African Classroom can be bought from Heather, or ordered from ADHASA: http://www.adhasa.co.za