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!
a mix of science and heart
Whenever a parent tells me that their child is defiant, I always try to dig a little deeper to find out why?
“The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.” What a powerful statement!
Many children with ADHD have difficulty understanding how long a task will actually take to complete.
As many as 9 out of 10 children with ADHD have difficulty with some aspect of speech or language.
To treat ADHD symptoms, the therapist should primarily be working with the parents.
With early detection and specific interventions, most children with dyslexia can learn to read.
In many cases, the question parents are asking is: is it ADHD, autism, or both?
Early speech sounds are important for phonological skills, which support reading.
When we keep the “future picture” in mind, we can stay focused on our goal and avoid distractions.
This simple “trick” almost immediately improved the parent-child relationship.
Reading with your child can help improve your child’s executive functions and so much more.
Can you imagine having tools to help your child listen, manage those frequent meltdowns, and connect with your child?
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