No More No! How to Gain Your Child's Cooperation with Self-Care, Medication and Just About Everything Else
by Lisa C. Greene, MA CFLE
It's not easy to get a child to take medication. We all know what happens when we say, "Here, take this pill!" Whether a child is taking a one-time course of antibiotics for an ear infection or needs to take medication regularly for a chronic condition, medical adherence is critical. The better children can be at taking their medications as prescribed, the more likely they are to get better and/or stay well. Kids of all ages from toddlers to teens will be more willing to take their medication and do medical treatments when parents and medical professionals use the tools in this book.
Written by Lisa C. Greene, MA CFLE, a mom who knows what it's like to raise a child who has health issues. Lisa is the mom of two with special healthcare needs as well as an author, speaker and family advocate. In addition to plenty of real-life experiences, Lisa has a master's degree in Family Life Education and is the co-author with Foster W. Cline, MD of the award-winning book "Parenting Children with Health Issues", based on the popular Love and Logic parenting approach.