Friday, August 01, 2014

Vacations

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Vacations and traveling with a child who has ADHD can be quite stressful and take the fun out of the holiday for the whole family. However, there are some things you can do to manage the chaos. Keep in mind that you want to keep as much structure as possible, perhaps by putting the vacation on a calendar for your child to see or giving them a map of where you are going, and keep your child entertained, with games for the car for example.

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July 4th weekend! Everyone seems to look forward to it; time off work, family gatherings, good food. To me, it's truly the kick off to summer and typically, I enjoy having long quiet days to enjoy being with my family and friends.   This year, the holiday was longer than usual, as it landed on a Friday, making for a long weekend. But…

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