That’s the philosophy behind Dr. Korb's confidence-building, sanity-saving new book. Parents who despair at the thought of another morning spent helping their child look for a shoe's mate or dread another teacher note about homework completed but never turned in will find hope here!
As a developmental and behavioral pediatrician and the father of 5, Dr. Korb knows a little something about raising kids who are confident, independent, and self-reliant. Raising an Organized Child will help parents develop their children's organized thinking skills and executive function. These skills are tied to developmental milestones, so whether a child is an infant or a teenager, it's never too late (or too early!) to foster organization in him or her and harmony in the whole family.
Listen to Dr. Korb talk about the book on Kansas City Live!