Table of contents for Bright not broken : gifted kids, ADHD, and autism / Diane M. Kennedy, Rebecca S. Banks with Temple Grandin.


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About the Authors.
Acknowledgments.
Authors' Note.
Preface (Temple Grandin).
Introduction (Diane M. Kennedy and Rebecca S. Banks).
Who They Are
1. Twice Exceptional: A Nontraditional View of Giftedness.
2. Recognizing 2e: A Confusing Mix of Abilities and Challenges.
3. 2e, ADHD, and Labels: Misunderstanding Behaviors and Missing Deficits.
4. Autism and 2e: A Better Understanding of Deficits and Behaviors
Why They're Stuck.
5. A Layman's Guide to the DSM: The Flawed System That Traps Our Children.
6. Fact or Fallacy: Questioning the Validity of the ADHD Diagnosis.
7. Misunderstanding the Spectrum of Autism: An Important “e” in 2e.
8. 2e Students and Education: Too Bright, Too Broken.
How to Help Them.
9. Diagnosing the Whole Child: Identifying Abilities and Minimizing Deficits.
10. Educating the Whole Child: Nurturing Abilities and Supporting Challenges.
Conclusion: Ensuring the Best Future for Our Brightest Minds.
Additional Resources.
Notes.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Children with disabilities -- Care.
Gifted children -- Care.
Exceptional children -- Care.
Families.
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Children with Special Needs. -- bisacsh