"ADHD kids are pretty amazing! They have a special way of thinking that's different from their neurotypical friends, which can sometimes make them feel like they don't fit in. But don't worry; with the right support from family, friends, and teachers, ADHDers can do incredible things!" - Chrissie Davies
Children radiate beautiful colours in their own brilliant ways, and this book will inspire you to see them for who they are!
Welcome to the world of Clancy and Tully – they see the world a little differently and in the most amazing ways! Love Me, Love My ADHD is a heart-warming book thatshines a light on the world of children (and families) living with ADHD.
Focusing on the strengths and challenges that come with being an ADHDer, this book emphasises that ADHD is not a one-size-fits-all experience and that no two ADHDers are the same. Even on their hardest days, our ADHDers have something valuable to offer, and we should always celebrate our differences.
Now you can spend a day in the life of these kids and see how their family, friends, and peers support them to achieve their best.
Written by child behaviour expert Chrissie Davies and illustrated by Trish Burton, Love ME, Love My ADHD encourages families, educators, and, most importantly, children to understand this complex neurotype and how it presents itself in the human brain. Includes strategies and resources for parents, care givers and teachers.
This book is written for families, grandparents, aunts, uncles, carers, therapists, educators, and, MOST importantly, our gorgeous little ADHD humans. Our kids absolutely deserve to be surrounded by those who are neuro affirming, informed, accepting and adore them unconditionally!
"Because if you Love ME, you have to love my ADHD because that is when I will truly thrive!"
Chaos to Calm Consultancy would like to acknowledge the Wadawarrung people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge the elders past, present and emerging -particularly the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents who walked before us supporting and connecting their children to the earth, water and community. Always was. Always will be.