#106: Parenting ADHD When You Have ADHD
We know it is difficult raising kids with ADHD, but what if you are diagnosed with ADHD or suspect you may have it? Creating calm while you manage your ADHD and your child’s is a tall order. Join us as we speak with Amy Marie Hann from @activatedadhdmama about the four mistakes parents with ADHD make and how to fix them. Amy has years of shining with ADHD and helping her kids do the same. With her passion for mothers and her commitment to online
encouragement, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Amy is the creator of Master the Mundane, a unique online course + community that empowers moms with ADHD to manage their home and family in a way that works for their brains. ADHD has touched every area of her life. She was diagnosed at the age of 5 and her three kids, husband, dad, and sister, are also ADHD. She’s also fostered, adopted, and homeschooled kids with ADHD and brings a wealth of personal experience, authenticity, and relatability to everything she creates. She believes the ADHD brain is uniquely created to bring good to the world, and the best thing we can do as moms of ADHD kids is to model what it looks like to thrive with ADHD. She’s a loud laughter, avid reader, and workout enthusiast with a mild obsession with HGTV. You can find her online on Instagram at @activatedadhdmama or at www.amymariehann.com.
Parenting with ADHD takes adaptation. We can’t have your attention and not mention Time Timer. As parents, we are looking for anything that will support our kids and make our lives easier. The original Time Timer does just that. In our homes, it allows us to teach our kids how to visualize time. This helps with activity transitions, independence, and building executive function skills. Trust our pro-tip; it’s a game changer!
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