children face a variety of changes in the way that they attend school. Some might be attending virtual classes; others might attend school in-person with many new rules. To help your child with ADHD adjust to these changes, learn about the resources available for parents.
How should ADHD treatment begin?
While the biological mechanisms responsible for sleep are still unknown, it is clear that adequate sleep is required for a healthy mind and body.
Results from this survey provide useful information to parents seeking effective ADHD treatment for their child that complements what has been learned from research-based clinical trials. In particular, the findings highlight that no treatment as currently offered in community settings is likely to produce benefits that most parents will be satisfied and that persistence in finding what works best for one’s child may often be required.
A glimpse at an eleven-paged ebook providing tips on how parents of children with ADD/ADHD can interact with, and interpret their children in a positive manner.
A number of tips to help you get out of bed on time, from preparation before bed to snoozing habits!
Children with AD/HD are often very bright but may not be able to thrive in school because their learning environment may negatively impact their success in school.
Clues to the symptoms of ADHD if you think one of your students may have the disorder; as well as 105 strategies in managing classrooms that are not only helpful to students with ADHD, but are also helpful to the whole classroom.
Complicated relationships often arise between ADHD-diagnosed fathers and teenagers. Six different strategies can help fathers learn to resolve conflicts with their ADHD teenagers.