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Let Your Kids Create Their Own Systems & Structures

By Diane Dempster

Foster Creativity Sometimes we get stuck on what the “right” system or structure should be to support our kids. I…

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When a Child is Rude to a Teacher: Consequences and Punishments

By Diane Dempster

Sometimes our kids struggle with emotional regulation so much that they just can’t hold it together to be respectful –…

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Organized

Helping Your Child Get Organized From the Inside Out

By Kate Drummond

Our environment has a significant impact on how we function in the world. For those with attention issues, visual clutter…

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Is It ADHD, a Reading Disability, or Both?

By Jennifer Hasser

As a parent of a child with ADHD, I know a great deal of time is spent on the age-old…

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How Sanity School® Helped me Become Teacher Of Year

By Jessica Ging

I took the Sanity School® course first as a parent, and quickly realized that it could greatly impact my classroom.…

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5 Tips to Help Kids with ADHD or Anxiety Thrive When Schooling from Home

By ImpactTeam Lead

“So, what are you doing to manage school this year?” For parents, that question can bring up overwhelming anxiety as…

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Communicating with teachers

Communicating with Teachers for School Success with ADHD

By Diane Dempster

The Struggle Is Real It is heartbreaking and frustrating for parents to witness the struggles their children face in school.…

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

By Michele Novotni

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

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Homework Advice for Kids with ADHD

Outrageous Homework Advice for Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Warning: this strategy is going to fly in the face of traditional recommendations to parents! If we learned anything from…

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