Tag Archives: ADHD in families

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 »

Managing Circus Life with ADHD-Guest Blogger Elaine Taylor-Klaus of ImpactADHD

ADHD Awareness Book Project, ADHD Strategies    August 12, 2015

A home with ADHD is a lot like a three-ring circus. There’s constant activity in every direction, with emotions running high and low, all over the place. There’s always someone vying to be the center of attention, and others trying to impress and amaze. And then there’s the smoke and mirrors  — what it looks like … read more »

Family support for ADHD

It really does take a village…and Tracy Goodwin and Holly Oberacker of Navigating ADHD can tell you how to create the support you need in this sneak peak of the new book MORE ways to succeed with ADHD, available October 2nd. Check out our ADHD Awareness Book Project blog for their video.


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