We envision a world in which all persons with eating disorders and their families and communities have access to best-practice care and hold hope for a cure.
Veritas Collaborative is a specialty healthcare system for the treatment of eating disorders.
[…] All in all, there is good information on the early stages: self-detection, getting tested, looking for patterns in children, introducing this to family and friends, but little in the way of actually finding solutions to work through the ADD in personal or business/school life.”Learn more at Amazon.com…Blake Taylor’s memoir, written when he was 17, offers, for the first time, a young person’s account of what it’s like to live and grow up with this common condition.However, it is an incredible challenge to remain positive and involved when your child does not respond to the kinds of strategies that work for other children.Without guidance and systematic treatment, these bright, inquisitive children are unlikely to graduate from high school, are more prone to use illegal drugs, and struggle to maintain employment as adults.He launched rockets (accidentally) into neighbor’s swimming pools and set off alarms in museums.Blake was diagnosed formally with ADHD when he was five years old. How can kids diagnosed with ADD and ADHD help themselves succeed in school, get along better at home, and form healthy, enjoyable relationships with peers?
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In this book, he tells about the next twelve years as he learns to live with both the good and bad sides of life with ADHD. In kid-friendly language and a format that welcomes reluctant and easily distracted readers, Free Spirit’s newest survival guide helps kids know they’re not alone and offers practical strategies for taking care of oneself, modifying behavior, enjoying school, having fun, and dealing (when needed) with doctors, counselors, and medication.