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What Parents Can Do When an ADHD Report Card Isn’t So Hot

By Neil McNerney

You know the look. It’s the look your kid gives when they come home from school and you ask for…

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Help! My Kid is “Done with School” and Giving Up

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Is your child giving up on school long before the term is over? Do they start getting so tired of…

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Stop Child Interrupting in Classroom

Want to Stop Your Child From Interrupting in School?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Have You Tried Post-It® Notes? As parents, we’re not the only ones who are trying to help our kids manage…

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adhd homework strategies

5 Strategies to Make Homework Easier for ADHD Kids (and Parents)

By Kendra Wagner

Home work. Those two words seem mismatched. Home is where you can chill, be yourself, and get a little break…

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improving student effort

3 Easy Tips for Improving Student Effort and Motivation

By Ann Dolin

Just as great athletes require regular practice, students with ADHD require practice developing their study skills. Recent studies have shown…

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5 Magic Words: What Is Most Important Here?

By Diane Dempster

Transition times can be an absolute nightmare for parents of complex kids. Whether it’s the end of the school year,…

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Improve Communication

10 Tips to Improve Communication with Your ADHD Child’s Teachers

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Sometimes the greatest teachers do not know how best to motivate or support ADHD kids, despite their best efforts. It’s…

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How do I Motivate my Child to Turn in Homework?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Does your kid do their homework and then neglect to turn it in? Does that make you frustrated, but your…

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How to Create a Great Relationship with Your ADHD Child’s Teacher

By Michele Novotni

Having a child with ADHD really reinforced the importance of my building a good working relationship with his teacher. Being…

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