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4 Reasons Anxious Kids Have Trouble “Getting Started”

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

No Magic Tricks Here Like so many challenges our kids face, I cannot wave a magic wand and change my…

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A Huge “aha” Moment: Set Realistic Expectations for ADHD Kids

By Diane Dempster

When Everything Starts to Make Sense Challenges with Executive Function have many implications for the ADHDer in your life. One…

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When To Let Go: Fostering Independence in ADHD Kids

By Jodie Dawson

What does it mean to foster independence in our kids – especially those with ADHD? We consider this all the…

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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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ADHD, Art & Organization: 3 Simple Projects to Get Organized

By Tracey Goodwin, MEd & Holly Oberacker, ATR

What do ADHD, Art and Organization have in common? When you combine a highly creative ADHD brain with art materials,…

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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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What Makes a Child Twice Exceptional (2E)?

Interview with Dr. Michael Postma

A child that is both gifted (a 130 IQ, according to the Columbus Group) and has at least one learning…

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Get Organized: 10 Tips to Manage an ADHD Household

By Terry Matlen

It’s tough when one or more kids in a household has ADHD. Toys are strewn about the house and dirty…

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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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