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We provide ADHD parenting tips and tricks that are backed by science and easy to use for busy parents. Join us as we grow your confidence in parenting your child with ADHD, so you can watch your child thrive!

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a mix of science and heart

Is Your ADHD Child Defiant? 4 Possible Reasons Why!

Whenever a parent tells me that their child is defiant, I always try to dig a little deeper to find out why?

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If you are parenting more than one child with ADHD, things can get exhausting… and fun!

Parenting Multiple Children With ADHD

ADHD

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“The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.” What a powerful statement! 

Tools to Improve Your Child’s Confidence

ADHD

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Bedtime Pass is a science-backed strategy that we use with families to help children feel safe and secure.

The Bedtime Pass: Get Your Child To Stay In Bed and Fall Asleep

Sleep

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Does your child struggle with writing? If so, you are not alone! When kids come to my (Katie’s) office for testing, they are usually happy to play with toys and look at pictures… until I get out a pencil and tell them we are going to write! Writing can be challenging for so many reasons. […]

Writing Difficulties and ADHD… And How You Can Help!

Speech and Language

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Anxiety is the emotion we feel when we are faced with PERCEIVED danger.

5 Secret Ingredients to Help Your Child Overcome Anxiety

Anxiety

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We were interviewed by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda and Vickie.

Tips and Tricks for Parenting Kids With ADHD and Anxiety

ADHD

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All it takes is a quick google search to find a wealth of information (and misinformation) on ADHD.

Myths and Facts of ADHD

ADHD

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Help your child identify where they are feeling worries in their body. Those feelings are anxiety.

Handling School Refusal (Part 2)

School

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And once in a pattern of refusal, it can be very hard to work your way out. But it is possible!

My Child is Refusing to go to School, Help! (Part 1)

Anxiety

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Many children with ADHD have difficulty understanding how long a task will actually take to complete.

Tools to Help Your Child Get Started (Part 2)

ADHD

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Can you imagine having tools to help your child listen, manage those frequent meltdowns, and connect with your child?

Learn 6 keys for raising a happy and independent child with ADHD

Better than Free Ice Cream!