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Use Code Words To Help ADHD Kids Cope with … Everything?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

We use code words in our family to facilitate communication, ease emotionally intense situations, and aid in organization. When my…

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How to Handle Disrespect and Disobedience from Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Obedience vs. Respect Have you ever noticed that we parents tend to confuse “obedience” with “respect”? News bulletin: they’re not…

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Storytelling Helps Children with ADHD

By Jim Weiss

Storytelling is a powerful way to reach, and to teach, people with ADHD. In fact, research suggests that telling stories…

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Are You In Threat Mode? 6 Tools to Stop the Yelling

By Diane Dempster

Yelling Doesn’t Calm The Chaos Why do we yell, even when we know it’s ineffective? Instead of handling things calmly,…

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Let Go, Control Freak Parent!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

The first step for any control freak parent is to recognize that you need to let go. It’s hard to…

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ADHD and Gender Differences

By Mary Anne Richey

For the longest time, with focus on hyperactivity, ADHD was considered to be a boys’ disorder. The initial criteria used…

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Help – My Teenager is Under the Influence of Hormones!

By Jeff Copper

When it comes to matters of paying attention, you need to focus on the process, not the result. This is…

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4 Clues that Family Members are Stressed (& 3 Tips to Help)

By Diane Dempster

Nobody’s Perfect Even the most balanced and grounded parents have “off” days. Life and work stressors can create imbalance, turbulence,…

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Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

How To Get Complex Kids to Get Things Done in the Summer

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Take Advantage of Summer Summer is the BEST time of all to help kids with executive function challenges learn how…

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