Reseña del editor
If you are, or someone you know is a young adult with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), this book is a must read. The start of independent living should be an exciting time. This straightforward, sometimes humorous, book is a practical guide to living with and managing ADD at this stage of life. Written from years of experience, this author has heartfelt empathy and encouragement for her readers.
Biografía del autor
Ms. Kendrick is a graduate of St. Louis University with a B.S. in Psychology and Education and Boston College with a Master’s Degree in Education (with a specialization in Learning Disabilities that included intensive training in Screening, Testing, Diagnosis and Remediation of Learning Disabilities across all modalities for children Pre-School through Secondary School). She received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study from Boston College, Northeastern University, Suffolk University and Lesley College with further course work in Learning Disabilities, Language Acquisition and Development, Developmental Evaluation and Remedial Mathematics. She is Certified by the Gesell Institute for Human Development and is qualified and recommended by the Gesell Institute as an administrator of the Gesell Developmental Observation (developed by Arnold Gesell, M.D., Ph.D., Yale University Medical School). Ms. Kendrick has extensive experience in testing, diagnosis and remediation of learning disabilities, which has included working with children who have Attention Deficit Disorder. She has served as the Chairperson of the Individual Educational Plan Team and is certified to administer the WISC and the Binet as well as many diagnostic tests for the assessment of learning disabilities. She has a private educational consulting practice in the Boston area. She is the author of: Beginning Mathematics for the Learning Disabled: Teachers’ Manual, Student Workbook and Materials and Attention Deficit Disorder: Simple, Practical Strategies for Managing Attention Deficit in Young Adulthood