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Wants To Be A High School ADHD Coach
"I am interested in being a better coach to my students with AD/HD. Where can I get information on coaching this age group?"
Peg Dawson, Ed.M has co-authored an excellent book with Guare, R. (1998) titled "Coaching the AD/HD Student".
Other books that you may find useful are...
Dawson, P. (1994). "Homework Survival Guide". Tonowonda, NY: Multihealth Systems.
Luckie, W.R. & Smethurst, W. (1998). "Study Power: Study Skills to Improve Your Learning and Your Grades". Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.
Wood, E., Woloshyn, V.E. & Willoughby, T. (1995). "Cognitive Strategy Instruction for Middle and High Schools. Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books.
I also have available a full on-line AD/HD Coaches Training program. The details should be posted shortly on my site at SandyMaynard.com. Take care and keep up the good work continuing to investigate how to best work with those with AD/HD.
Sandy Maynard lives in Washington, DC where she operates Catalytic Coaching. She was instrumental in the development of The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association's Coaching Guidelines and a founding board member for the Institute for the Advancement of AD/HD Coaching (IAAC). Sandy lectures internationally and is a regular contributor to ADDitude.