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.
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 26 days 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 2 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 4 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 7 months ago by josefina wisor
For starters, the author speaks to the reader straight across, not from a higher vantage point ... he comes across like he understands and is here to help us puzzle this dilemma... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Oklahoma Teacher
This book has been a blessing. We recently found out that my daughter and I have ADHD. Organizing the Disorganized Child is a brilliant step by step look at how to make the school... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Deborah Moore
It had no new information. It looks like the writer when thru cliff notes and put them down in HIS new book.Published 16 months ago by Lucy Loor
This book was fine. I wasn't blown away by it and a lot of the pages covered supplies you should buy for your child, but it had some interesting information. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mom in NNY
I read this book looking for some simple and effective ideas to help my own child. Read more