I treat adults in psychotherapy. Several of them have children diagnosed (finally) with NLD. Getting help was a nightmare for them for many years. Then I hooked them up with Drs. Davis and Broitman who finally brought calm, thoughtful sense into their lives and their relationship to their kids. Understanding this subtle, complex syndrome is half the battle. Doing something about it is another.
It has been both my direct experience with Davis and Broitman and the knowledge gained from this book that's made it crystal clear how under-diagnosed, under-treated, and misunderstood these kids tend to be. Their book finally corrects this problem. Of greatest interest to me is their recommendation that, of all the learning disabilities, NLD really HAS to be treated by a team, that it's a collaborative enterprise involving people with different skill-sets. Putting them together is the problem. This book is the solution.