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  • - How Americans Are Battling Back to Save Democracy
    by David Daley
    £13.99 - 19.99

    A revelatory account by the best- selling author of Ratf**ked that will give you hope that America's fragile democracy can still be saved.

  • - How to Cook 100 of the Most Popular West Indian, Cajun and Creole Dishes
    by David Daley & Gwendolyn Daley
    £2.99 - 8.49

    Discover the secrets of Caribbean cooking: the methods and ingredients needed to create that authentic Caribbean taste. Embark on a journey around the different islands of the Caribbean and find out how to make the most popular dishes, such as Jerk Chicken with rice and peas, and Curry Goat, as well as the different islands' celebrated national dishes, such as Fish Chowder and Pepper Pot Stew.

  • - Why Your Vote Doesn't Count
    by David Daley
    £11.49

    The explosive account of how Republican legislators and political operatives fundamentally rigged American democracy through redistricting.

  • - The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America's Democracy
    by David Daley
    £17.24

    The explosive account of how Republican legislators and political operatives fundamentally rigged American democracy through redistricting.

  • - Methodology & Econometric Challenges
    by David Daley, Anne-Mette Lange, Jeanette Walldorf, et al.
    £6.99

  • - A Self-Help Manual for Parents
    by Cathy Laver-Bradbury, Margaret Thompson, Anne Weeks, et al.
    £13.49

    This simple, flexible six-step programme is full of tried-and-tested ideas for parents and professionals supporting families of young children with ADHD. The programme includes games that will help improve the child's attention, exercises to develop patience and tips for supporting the child in successful self-organization.

  • - Impact on the Individual and Society
    by David Daley, Anne-Mette Lange, Jeanette Walldorf, et al.
    £58.99

    The rapid increase in recent years in the number of children and adults accessing care for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), raises a number of questions. It is unclear whether the increase is due to an increased public and professional recognition and awareness of ADHD as a debilitating human condition or to an actual increase in the incidence of individuals suffering from ADHD. Depending on the reasons behind the increased burden on services, andwhether more effective treatments can be found, the future costs to society could be enormous. The study presented in this book estimates the private and social costs of ADHD. The key focus of this book is to study the costs related to individuals with ADHD who have not been diagnosed and who have not received treatment. In this respect, the study makes a unique contribution to scientific knowledge by investigating the cost of untreated ADHD. The study investigates the extent to which individuals with undiagnosed ADHD in childhood fare differently compared to otherwise similar individuals without ADHD. A long list of important parameters in an individual's life, e.g. educational attainment, occupational status, income, family situation, criminal record, health is examined. The results of the study provide not just cost estimates of ADHD; per se, but also create a point of reference which will be highly relevant for the evaluation of any future treatment forADHD. The clear picture emerging from this study is that ADHD is associated with considerable private and social costs, reflecting that Adults with ADHD exhibit weak performance across all applied measures. These findings remain even when adults with ADHD are compared to a control group of their own siblings Even though the study is performed for Denmark it is argued that generalizability of the established results beyond Denmark is valid.

  • - A Self-Help Manual for Parents
    by Cathy Laver-Bradbury, Margaret Thompson, Anne Weeks, et al.
    £10.19

    Raising a child with ADHD can be distressing and exhausting for the whole family. But given the appropriate knowledge, and the right tools, parents can intervene to manage their child's behaviour, leading to improved relationships at home and, it is hoped, a more successful time at school.This simple, flexible six-step programme is full of tried-and-tested ideas for parents and professionals supporting families of young children with ADHD. By practicing the techniques and strategies, parents will gain confidence in their parenting and, over time, will improve the child's management of the condition. The programme includes games that will help improve the child's attention, exercises to develop patience and tips for supporting the child in successful self-organization. There are also plenty of useful ideas for developing communication between parents and schools.Based on research and extensive clinical experience, Step by Step Help for Children with ADHD will help families to adapt their parenting to the child, improving relationships and behaviours in the home and at play group.

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