The Organized Child

An Effective Program to Maximize Your Kid's Potential—in School and in Life

Richard Gallagher, Elana G. Spira, and Jennifer L. Rosenblatt

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January 18, 2018
ISBN 9781462532490
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206 Pages
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January 19, 2018
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“Parents of children with ADHD or other executive dysfunction conditions will find this evidence-based program instantly usable, extremely clear, and sensitive to both the child’s self-esteem and the adult’s likely frustration….The authors build trust in what might seem like an inflexible step-by-step process by bringing real-world experience to their suggestions….With this excellent workbook, Gallagher, Spira, and Rosenblatt will provide hope and motivation for the burnt-out caregivers of ‘hopeless’ disorganized kids.”

Publishers Weekly (starred review)


“Help is at hand for parents of children who forget to write down homework assignments, misplace their backpacks, and cram for tests at the last minute in this step-by-step guide to tackling some of the most common challenges….Chock-full of extras (such as a downloadable appendix), this guide will be valuable for parents who need support in this area.”

Library Journal


“This unique book is different from others about organizational skills because it relies on research-based strategies that work. The authors are pioneers in the field. In a supportive, reassuring style, they arm you with the knowledge you need to help your child get and stay organized. Highly recommended.”

—Ellen Braaten, PhD, coauthor of Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up


“The perfect resource for parents of children who struggle with organization, time management, homework, and studying. Unlike most approaches that focus on training you to manage your child's problems, this book helps you promote your child's independence. It is extremely clear and well written—and is based on compelling evidence.”

—Thomas J. Power, PhD, ABPP, Director, Center for Management of ADHD, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia


“Within the first few pages of this book, it seemed like the authors were describing my 10-year-old exactly. I felt a sense of relief as I realized that they understood the issues and had solutions. We have some work ahead of us, but with concrete steps and practical strategies in hand, we are already seeing improvement. We are ready to say goodbye to the days of forgotten textbooks, missed homework, and lost lunchboxes!”

—Christine C., parent, Trenton, New Jersey


“Provides incredibly valuable tools. Not only will you get step-by-step information for implementing the authors' approach, but you also will gain a better understanding of how your child thinks.”

—Steven W. Evans, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Co-Director, Center for Intervention Research in Schools, Ohio University


“This book provides many tools I can use with my son now and in the future. I particularly like the 'Glitches'—they give me an approachable way of explaining to my son why he might misplace something or forget an assignment, without making him feel like a failure. The authors do an excellent job of helping parent and child work as a team to beat the Glitches.”

—Jennie M., parent, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
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