Damon Korb, MD, FAAP Boost Independence Ease Frustration Promote Confidence 5 Steps to Raising an Organized Child Raising an Organized Child Organized children are raised, not born. That’s the philosophy behind this confidence-building, sanity-saving book. Fostering organized thinking in your child will help with concrete concerns (think a tidier bedroom!) and build critical life skills such as learning to plan and grasping the big picture. Dr. Korb’s 5 Steps to Raising an Organized Child apply to all ages. So, whether you have an infant or a teenager, it’s never too late (or too early!) to encourage organization in him or her and harmony in your whole family. Raising an Organized Child presents specific activities for your child’s age and developmental level to improve executive function. No matter if your child is just your average chaotic kid or struggling with additional challenges such as ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), you can boost your child’s organization and lower your frustration with Dr. Korb’s guidance. About the Author Damon Korb, MD, FAAP, is a practicing developmental and behavioral pediatrician and the founder of the Center for Developing Minds. Dr. Korb is the president of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics and an adjunct clinical instructor at Stanford University. He is the father of 5 children and lives in northern California. AAP ”If your family has experienced lost homework, or a misplaced shoe, or your child’s bedroom looks like a tornado hit it, then this book is for you! Dr. Korb’s advice will help parents reduce day-to-day frustrations with homework, routines, clutter, and more. But, more importantly, Dr. Korb’s guidance on boosting children’s organizational skills and executive function will prepare today’s toddlers and teens for success as adults.” —Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP, author of Baby and Toddler Basics and mom of 3 boys 9 781610 022828 51695 ISBN 978-1-61002-282-8 US $16.95 CAN $22.95 Damon Korb, MD, FAAP AAP ORGANIZeD CHILD 1st ed FINAL full mech.indd 1 4/9/19 8:06 PM
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