Below is a list of books on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD that CHIP+ can loan out, and also some other books that may be of relevance. CHIP+ holds an extensive range of books on various subjects, and if you would like to receive a complete library list or request a book, please contact us via our details below.
The CHIP+ library can loan out items for month-long periods, free of charge throughout the Highlands. Up to three items may be borrowed at any one time. Items can be collected and returned in person via our office, or sent out by mail. Should you wish the cost of postage to be refunded please include a note to this effect with the library item.
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Tel: 01463 711189
ABC of ADHD
Dr Chinnaiah Yemula & Fintan O’Regan
An interactive encyclopedia CD-ROM of ADHD written specifically for children. Contains games, reward charts for children aged 6-14.
ABC of ADHD
Dr Chinnaiah Yemula & Finan O’Regan
An interactive encyclopedia CD-ROM of ADHD written specifically for parents and families of children with ADHD.
A User Guide To The GF/CF Diet for Autism, Asperger Syndrome
Written by 12-year-old Luke who has Asperger Syndrome, it tells everything you need to know about the diet. Includes recipes given by his mother.
ADD Success Stories
Discusses which occupations are best for people with ADD, how parents successfully juggle work & parenting, how students can thrive & how ADDers & their spouses can find happiness in their relationships.
Art Therapy & AD/HD
Diane Stein Safran
A valuable book for therapists, professionals & people who work or live with AD/HD looking at art therapy groups to improve skills and strategies.
The Attention Deficit Disorders Intervention Manual
Stephen B McCarney
Detailed intervention for common behaviour problems associated with AD/HD (reference only).
Discusses the causes & effects of ADHD & provides practical strategies to help cope with common problems.
Views From Our Shoes Growing up with a brother or Sister with Special Needs
The children/young people whose essays are featured here range from aged 4 to aged 18 & are siblings of youngsters with a variety of special needs including developmental delay, ADD, hydrocephalus, visual & hearing impairments, Down’s Syndrome & Tourette’s Syndrome.
A Walk in the Rain with a Brain
Edward M Hallowell
A little girl talks to brain called Manfred about how everyone learns differently, and everyone is good at something.
What is ADHD?
Changing Lanes Project
A booklet for children with ADHD, produced by the ADHD team in Falkirk.
Zak has ADHD
Zak is a zebra who’s always getting into trouble! This story for 4-7 year olds is about Zak getting help.