A compilation of articles on practical advice and strategies for handling ADHD/ADD at home and at 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.
Harold R. Meyer and Susan K. Lasky take you through various steps in order to efficiently write emails.
Choosing a professional or other specialists to help counsel, diagnose or treat you or your child with ADHD can be tricky. It is important to find a specialist that is a good fit for you or your child. The right match can be found with help from this guide that provides strategies and tips for searching for the right professionals, interviews with counselors, the roles of the parents throughout the process, questions to ask specialists, etc.
Personal income tax is due in April, and getting your financial records ready in time is difficult, even for people without ADHD. To help you efficiently get through it all without feeling overwhelmed, think of the process of tax prep as a project with various tasks to complete throughout the month. Below are seven tasks you can create to help make reporting income tax a more feasible project to complete.
Links to parenting tips and resources from the NIH.
Learn 12 easy ways to improve your life and happiness.
Tips on how to talk to and understand a child’s reaction when there is an infectious disease outbreak.
Managing ADHD at School
When teens with ADHD take reckless risks, their parents are understandably upset. But grounding the teen or yanking his driver’s license can backfire.