“An easy-to-read book full of practical information, written with humor and sensitivity. The authors understand children and the organizational problems that challenge many families. Every child, even those who perform well, will benefit from the organization strategies recommended in this comprehensive book.” (Betty B. Osman, Ph.D.Betty B. Osman, Ph.D.Betty B. Osman, Ph.D.Betty B. Osman, Ph.D., Author of No One to Play With: Social Problems of LD and ADHD Children)
“By revealing how the root causes of disorganization are not the fault of the parents, the teachers, or even the kidsbut have to do with how the frontal lobes of the brain developthis book will guide us to much more constructive solutions.” (Ellen Galinsky, President of the Families and Work Institute)
“This practical ‘how to’ book is an invaluable tool to help parents effectively guide their children in the development of organizational skills. The authors have translated their impressive expertise, wisdom, and insights into a remarkably comprehensive and refreshingly direct step by step approach.” (Barbara Firestone, Ph.D., President & CEO of The Help Group)
Martin L. Kutscher, M.D., is board certified in Pediatrics and in Neurology, with Special Competency in Child Neurology. Kutscher is a graduate of Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Marcella Moran, M.A., L.H.M.C., is a licensed psychotherapist and educational consultant who works with families to develop positive strategies for students who are disorganized.
A bit disappointing, especially given the other excellent books of Dr Kutscher, but I still took away some good ideas.Published 2 months ago by Dehk
This book has been one of my best purchases. The author does a remarkable job of simplifying and categorizing a top that has many parents like me baffled. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shipra Mishra
If you have worked or lived with disorganized children, you've already tried most of the ideas in some form. The book is basically a compilation of common tactics.Published 12 months ago by Kathleen Benyo
Helpful on a very pragmatic level for working with children (and adults!) with executive functioning deficits, AD/HD, or simply weakness in getting organized. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Devora A Farrell
It was a good read and I could relate to a lot of the information. But as a struggling parent of a child with this syndrome I am still at a loss on how to help.Published 16 months ago by Katina L. Johnson
I learned a lot and remembered others things that I had forgotten. It is a good book, easy to read and to understand.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer