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Barkely+taking+charge+parentsTaking Charge of ADHD, The Complete Authoritative Guide for Parents by Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., 2013

This book’s author is the leading researcher and expert on ADHD. Dr. Barkley  explains ADHD, ways to be a successful parent of children with executive function deficits, and strategies to cope and manage ADHD.



Teaching+TeensTeaching Teens with ADD and ADHD, by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, 2011

Teenagers with ADD and ADHD, by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, 2006

Chris Dendy is a parent of an ADHD child, is an acclaimed author and speaker on ADHD.  These books include strategies, research and treatment options. Suggestions for managing adolescents with ADHD are practical and helpful.


birds+eye+viewA Bird’s Eye View of ADD and ADHD, by Alex Zeigler and Chris A.  Zeigler Dendy

This book is written for teens by teens.  Teens share creatively and with humor their strategies for managing ADHD.




Smart+but+ScatteredSmart but Scattered Teens, by Peg Dawson, Ed.D. & Richard Guare, Ph.D., 2013

This newly released book is written to help increase a teen’s executive function ability.  Charts for parents and teen to compare each other’s skills and styles offer insight. Specific solutions are offered.



late+Lost+UnpreparedLate, Lost and Unprepared, by Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D. & Laurie Dietzel, Ph.D.,  2008           

This book explains executive functioning and practical solutions to help build skills.




Jan+SchaubYour Kid has ADHD Now What?, by Jannette M. Schuab, Ph.D. Schaub, Beavers Bond Press, 1998.

This book is available as a used book. It is an excellent overview of ADHD and parenting guidelines.




downloadThe Family ADHD Solution, by Mark Bertin, MD. 

This book addresses the ongoing  challenges and needs of parents of ADHD children.  It describes the executive function challenges of managing ADHD, mindful parenting techniques, and strategies to manage ADHD.




taking+charge+adult+barkleyTaking Charge of Adult ADHD, by Russell A. Barkley, Ph,D., 2010

This book is written for adults with ADHD.  It is easy to read and full of practical information based on research. It can apply effectively to young adults.




mindfulness+adhdthe Mindfulness Prescription for Adult ADHD, by Lidia Zylowska, MD, 2012        

This book is research based on the effectiveness of mindfulness.  Learning mindfulness can help people increase their self-awareness and choices.  It can increase awareness in the pause before action.  Research indicates parents who practice mindfulness can positively impact their children.





Succeeding with Adult ADHD, by .Abigail Levrini, Ph.D. & Frances Prevatt, Ph.D., 2012

This book is written for adults with ADHD. Each chapter gives basic information about ADHD and practical steps and measurements to monitor management.



Test Success: Test Taking and Study Strategies for All Students Including those with ADD and LD, by Blythe Grossberg, Psy.D.,  2009

Study Strategies Made Easy, A Practical Plan for School Success, by Leslie Davies, M.Ed.,

How to Study in College, by Walter Pauk & Ross J.Q. Owens, Cengage Learning