Pamela L. Johnson, B.S. Education Teaches how to 'Compensate for ADHD'

Pamela L. Johnson, B.S. Education Teaches how to 'Compensate for ADHD' Pamela L. Johnson, B.S. Education marks her publishing debut with the release of "8 Minutes a Day to Make an A!: Quick Change Your ADHD Child Now!" (published by AuthorHouse). The self-help book teaches parents and caregivers how to help their child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at school and at home.

To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit https://www.amazon.com/Minutes-Day-Make-Quick-Change/dp/1546244808.

Johnson explains how ADHD can be a big problem for children and parents as it affects home life and school performance.

"Most parents are overwhelmed with information about ADHD but don't know what to do about it." She clarifies, "This book does not teach the parent about ADHD; it teaches the parent exactly what they can do about it right away and begin to see positive results."

"8 Minutes a Day to Make an A!" shows parents and their child how to "compensate for ADHD." Through the book, Johnson emphasizes how a child can achieve A's and B's in school and be able to consistently follow routines at home and have a much better self-esteem.

"The quick and easy techniques in this book, if used consistently, will make a huge difference in organization, grades, chores and self-worth of their child," Johnson says. "These techniques were used over a 10-year period in my learning centers with a 90% success rate!"

"8 Minutes a Day to Make an A!: Quick Change Your ADHD Child Now!"
By Pamela L. Johnson, B.S. Education
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546244806
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546244820
E-Book | 108 pages | ISBN 9781546244813
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Pamela L. Johnson, B.S. Education is a former elementary school teacher who was diagnosed as an adult with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). She had bright students but low achievers in her classroom. In order to motivate them, she used different teaching techniques to keep them interested in learning. By using visual, hands-on lesson plans and a reward system, her students were successful. "8 Minutes a Day to Make an A!: Quick Change Your ADHD Child Now!" is her first book. Readers can follow Johnson at http://www.studyquicksystem.com.

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