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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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Boys playing with Time Timer next to them

Encourage your child’s autonomy with this amazing tool!

Why We LOVE The Time Timer: 5 Ways to Support Kids with ADHD

Executive Function

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Homework doesn’t have to be a battle. Strategize for homework harmony!

#130: Getting to the Root of Homework Resistance


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Parenting ADHD can be challenging but there is hope that your kids can thrive and shine!

#112: The Lifelong Journey of Parenting ADHD with Author Jan Stewart


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Tools to help your child with ADHD get started

Leverage these simple tools to help your child with ADHD get started when they face a challenge.

#111: Tools To Help Your Child With ADHD Get Started


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Parenting ADHD when you have ADHD can be *really* hard but the right tools can help your family shine!

#106: Parenting ADHD When You Have ADHD With Amy Marie Hann

Featured Episodes

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Executive functioning is something that school-age kids need to use all day!

Executive Functions At School

Executive Function

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ADHD and Homework

Having a space is the first step to success for children with ADHD and homework. 

ADHD and Homework: Set Up Your Space


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reduce mental stress in ADHD parenting

One of the most common questions we hear from parents is: “How do I manage all of this stress??”

ADHD Parenting: 4 Ways to Reduce Mental Stress


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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!