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Change in ADHD

Understanding Change in ADHD

By Diane Dempster

One of my favorite quotes is, “the only thing you can count on is change.” Life is full of big and…

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Handle Grumpy Kids

How to Handle Grumpy Kids (and Grown-ups, too!)

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Grumpiness Happens Sometimes, people are just going to get grumpy. And yes, that means kids will be grumpy too. Hormones.…

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How to Plan Your Day…Week…LIFE! Simple Structures to Leverage the Power of Planning

By Alan Brown

“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they…

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school breaks

Working Parents & School Breaks: Keep Kids Engaged & Safe

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Struggling with how to manage the kids while you have to work over the next school break? School breaks are…

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Sometimes More Work Equals Less Stress

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Just do it…yourself. Don’t get me wrong – I firmly believe in delegating and asking for help!  But I also…

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Gap Year

Is a Gap Year a Good Fit for Your Child?

By Jeremy Neidens

Can you imagine nearly 13 years of daily challenges, frustrations, obstacles, struggles, and frequent failures that seem insurmountable? What would…

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To Worried Parents of Complex Kids: You are Not Alone

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Dear worried parents, A dozen years ago, I was aware that my kids (then pre-teens and teens) had extraordinary talents…

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ADHD Management

Over Packing as ADHD Management

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I like to over-pack. I can go away overnight with 4 pairs of shoes without blinking an eye. But it’s…

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Learning and ADHD: What’s Play Got to Do with it?

By Dr. Kirsten Milliken

Which teachers had the biggest impact on your learning?  Do you remember how they taught you?  Did it involve play?…

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