Tag Archives: ADHD in Children

How to Not Have an Irresponsible, Helpless, and Failing ADHD College Student

College Students with ADHD    February 1, 2016

When your child is a college bound senior, you want him to be prepared so when he enters college, he is part of the 50% that eventually graduates with a degree. You’ve spent years helping him with study skills, taught him right from wrong, and worked tirelessly to mold him into a capable, academic young adult. … read more »

Five Successful Tips to Improving Your Child’s Behavior

ADHD in Children    October 30, 2015

The holidays often mean fancy outfits with scratchy tags and stiff shoes, long family sit down dinners and stressful exhausting social schedules…a recipe for ADHD related disasters. While we long to have gratitude and good tidings in our hearts, during this time of year, many parents and children living with ADHD feel extra frustration with the … read more »

Changing the Way We See Our ADHD Child’s Behavior-Guest Bloggers The Jennettes

ADHD in Children    August 12, 2015

Each year, we take our son to have a vision examination. Every year, for the past three years, he has needed a change of lenses. His vision has changed, and the glasses just weren’t working for him anymore. Parents of children with ADHD and trauma often feel as though the “traditional parenting lens” they use to … read more »


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