Audio/Video

Barkley, Russell A. A New Look at ADHD: Inhibition, Time and Self Control.  New   York: Guildford Publications, Inc. 2000.

    Dr. Barkley proposes a new theory of ADHD. This new theory proposes that ADHD is fundamentally a disorder of self-regulation, not attention.  Viewers see how this theory addresses such symptoms of: impulsive behavior, problems with managing time effectively, emotional volatility, lack of foresight, impaired problem-solving abilities.  Video comes with a manual and teacher’s guide.  This video is recommended for parents of newly diagnosed children and to adults with ADHD.  The video can be used in CHADD meetings, in parent support groups, and in-service training.

Running time:  39 minutes

ISBN: 1-57230-497-9

Local call number:
Trident Academy AV 371.93 Bar
Charleston County Public Library: Not available
College of Charleston: RJ506.H9 N483 2000

Available for purchase:
www.guilford.com
http://www.guilford.com/cgi-bin/cartscript.cgi?page=videos/barkley15.htm&cart_id=872677.16529



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LaVoie, Richard. Learning Disabilities and Discipline – Richard LaVoie’s When the Chips are Down.  Washington, D.C.: PBS WETA. 1996.

    This video provides practical advice on dealing with behavioral problems quickly and effectively. LaVoie shows how preventive discipline can anticipate many problems before they start.  This video includes a study guide.  Parents and teachers can view this video for strategies to deal with children who have behavioral problems along with ADHD.

Running time:  62 minutes

Local call number:
Trident Academy: AV 362 LaV
Charleston County Public Library: Not available
College of Charleston: Not available

Available for purchase:   PBS website  http://www.shoppbs.org/product/index.jsp?productId=1406892



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LaVoie, Richard. Learning Disabilities and Social Skills with Richard Lavoie: Last one Picked, First One Picked On. Washington, D.C.: PBS WETA.                 1996.

    This video addresses the social problems children diagnosed with learning disabilities face and offers practical solutions for teachers. LaVoie explains why children experience embarrassment or rejection in social situations and what teachers can do to help children improve their social skills. This video includes a study guide.  Parents and teachers can view this video for strategies to deal with children who are having trouble fitting in socially with their peers.

Running time:  68 minutes

Local call number:
Trident Academy: AV 362 LaV
Charleston County Public Library:  371.9 Learning
College of Charleston: CRMC Media Lab, Video 2510 w/guide

Available for purchase:  http://www.ldonline.org/article.php?max=20&id=89&loc=66



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Rosen, Peter. How Difficult Can This Be: Understanding Learning Disabilities.  Alexandria, VA: PBS Video. 1996.

    This video’s goal is to sensitize teachers, social workers, families and others who work with children with learning disabilities to the daily frustrations, anxiety and tension experienced by the children. This video can be used in a workshop setting to help prepare those who work with children with learning disabilities in a more supportive manner.

Running time:  70 minutes

Local call number:
Trident Academy: Not available for checkout
Charleston County Public Library:  616.85889 How
College of Charleston: CRMC Media Lab, Video 2590 w/guide

Available for purchase available:
PBS:   http://www.shoppbs.org/product/index.jsp?productId=1406890



 
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Brooks, Robert.  Look What You’ve Done. Alexandria, VA: PBS Video. 1997.

    In this video, Dr. Brooks offers practical strategies for helping children develop the confidence and resilience they will need to succeed.  Parents can view this video to discover strategies to use with their children to help build on their strengths. 

Running time:  66 minutes

Local call number:
Trident Academy: AV 153.1 Bro
Charleston County Public Library:  Not available
College of Charleston: CRMC Media Lab, Video 3101 w/guide

Available for purchase:
PBS  http://www.shoppbs.org/product/index.jsp?productId=1407515



Created by Mary M. Silgals
  April 5, 2004