Dengate, Sue Different Kids Growing Up with Attention Deficit Disorder
Australia Random House 1994 Paperback Very Good None issued 22cm
264 crisp white pages of invaluable advice & info, Millions of children, some as young as two years old, now take stimulant drugs such as Ritalin to control their behaviour. But there is another way. Through an exciting, can't-put-it-down story, Different Kids presents an effective alternative to medication for managing children's behaviour. Author Sue Dengate is a former school teacher and behaviour management instructor couldn't manage her own children's behaviour. After years of trial and error, she discovered that new Australian research about food intolerance provided the best treatment for her children's attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiance and learning difficulties. A best-seller in Australia and now available in the USA, it introduces a form of dietary management based on new Australian research, which is so far unknown in the U.S.