An audio presentation by Cindy Goldrich on how to help your ADD/ADHD children thrive.
You are a regular teen, but you have ADHD. You may wonder how this will affect your future, and what issues you may have to face. Thus, how do you effectively treat your uniqueness in order to more easily and quickly find your passion and reach your goals?
ADHD is not a learning disability, but it may affect how you learn. By becoming knowledgeable about your learning disability, you can learn to tackle it.
A new study has shown that students with ADD can have very high IQs but have difficulty with their working memories and processing speeds.
The teen years are often the most difficult years for parents to manage their children. Although it may be a period of conflict between parent and child, the teen years are the most important years for young adults to develop into the distinct individuals they will become. Learn what to expect and prepare for, how to react and cope, and how to deal.
Those with ADHD may pick on or be picked on by others.
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