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Perhaps these additional resources are also helpful?

1.      Dr. Ari Tuckman,  http://adultadhdbook.com/new-workbook/
2.      Dr. Thomas Brown,  http://www.drthomasebrown.com/booksbydrbrown/smart-but-stuck-emotions-in-teens-and-adults-with-adhd/
3.      Linda Nilson's book,  http://www.amazon.ca/Creating-Self-Regulated-Learners-Strategies-Self-Awareness/dp/1579228674
4.      Dr. Stephanie Sarkis' book, "Making the Grade with A+DD",  http://www.stephaniesarkis.com/books/index.php#MakingTheGrade

Respectfully,
Jean


Jean Mark
Academic Strategist
Student Accessibility Services
4th Floor, MacEwan Student Centre
University of Calgary
Phone:  403-220-8028
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> On Oct 15, 2015, at 1:50 PM, Heidel, Laura S <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Here are some books I have found to be helpful in working with these students:
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> ADD Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life by Kohlberg and Nadeau
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> Delivered from Distraction by Hallowell and Ratey
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> Hope these help.  They should be good for either helpers or students.    Laura Heidel
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> Laura S. Heidel, Ph.D.
> Academic Counselor
> Undergraduate Student Success Center
> University of Houston
> N109 Cougar Village I (Building 563)
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> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Resources for ADHD and ADD
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> Good afternoon,
>
> I was hoping some folks might suggest resources for working with college learners who are struggling with ADD or ADHD.  I'd interested in both resources for our LC faculty in supporting students, and also in resources for our students.
>
> What text titles, articles, etc. do you recommend?
>
> Thanks!
> Kim Slusser
> Mansfield University
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