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Useful Books

This list is regularly updated and contains a small number of books that will genuinely inform you of the latest scientific research into childhood developmental disorders.


Neurobehavioral Disorders of Childhood

Author: Robert Melillo
Publisher: Kluwer Academic
ISBN: 0-306-47814-5

Just published and considered to be the very latest thinking on Childhood Disorders.


Principles of Neuroscience

Author: Kandel & Schwartz 4th Ed.
Publisher: McGrawHill
ISBN: 0-8385-7701-6

A standard reference work for those starting off in the world of neurophysiology. Although only intended as a reference point for the more academic reader, it does substantiate the rationale behind the treatment protocols.


Attention, Behavior and Learning Problems in Children

Author: Weinberg
Publisher: BC Decker
ISBN: 1-55009-161-1

A booklet in reality that would interest those involved in learning. The functions of the right/left brain will fascinate those less familiar with detailed brain laterality.


Reflexes, Learning and Behavior

Author: S Goddard
Publisher: Fern Ridge Press
ISBN: 0-9615332-8-5

A good introduction to primitive reflexes and the concept of retained reflexes.


E for Additives

Author: M Hanssen
Publisher: Thorsons
ISBN: 0-7225-1562-6

Vital information on food additives.


Is That My Child?

Author: Robin Pauc
Publisher: Virgin Books
ISBN: 0-7535-1064-2

Exploding the myths of Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Tourette’s syndrome of childhood, ADD, ADHD and OCD.


The Learning Disability Myth (US version)

Author: Robin Pauc
Publisher: Virgin Books
ISBN: 0-7535-1127-4

Understanding and Overcoming Your Child’s Diagnosis of Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Tourette’s Syndrome of Childhood.


The Chemical Maze – Your Guide to Food Additives and Cosmetic Ingredients

Author: Bill Statham
Publisher: Summersdale Ltd.
ISBN: 1-84024-482-8

A user-friendly pocket shopping guide.


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