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Taking ADHD/LD from Stress to De-Stress

By Jerome Schultz

ADHD/LD and Stress Kids with ADHD are constantly stressed by demands that put them in overdrive. They wonder why school…

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Epic Meltdown

Even an Epic Meltdown is a Great Parenting Opportunity

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Well, we had an epic meltdown this week – and oh, what a massive parenting opportunity to fail forward –…

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Emotions Get Intense

What to Do When Emotions Get Intense

By Diane Dempster

A Plan Of Calm Emotional intensity can be a huge issue in families of complex kids. Sometimes it’s the kids…

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Seeing Good Intentions

Seeing Good Intentions Even When Kids Are Acting “Bad”

By Dr. Kirsten Milliken

“A good intention, with a bad approach, often leads to a poor result.”― Thomas Edison Someone once told me that…

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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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break from parenting

Take a Fresh Air Break

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

You’re distracted, fatigued, and crabby. Frankly, you need a break from parenting. It could be that this pandemic seems to…

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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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motivators for adhd

Five Motivators to Get Anything Done

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Why They Just Can’t Nearly every parent we work with asks the question, at some point, “Why can’t my kid…

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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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