Research shows how children with ADHD perceive the disorder themselves.
General information about recognizing symptoms and diagnosing ADHD in preschoolers.
Learn how to help your child start and finish tasks, while also learning the root cause of their distractability.
Download the PDF to learn 6 positive ways parents can checkup on their children: Communication, Encouragement, Negotiation, Setting Limits, Supervision, and Knowing Your Child’s Friends.
Tips on how to talk to and understand a child’s reaction when there is an infectious disease outbreak.
Sometimes children say things that could have an impact on their school performance, even if you are not aware of it.
A closer look at ADD/ADHD effects on communication through: Talk the Talk, Speech and ADHD, Communication and ADHD, Pragmatics and ADHD, and Actions Speak Louder than Words.
A dysfunctional family does not cause ADHD, however, it does not help those within the family that have ADHD, and those with ADHD can cause dysfunction in a family.
Better self-esteem in children leads to better self-growth.
A new approach to help parents combat their explosive and inflexible AD/HD diagnosed children.