Besides the typical back-to-school supplies, a few added items could help your child stay on task, organized, and prepared for school.
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Children with ADHD really do get bored more often than those without ADHD. Use these fun and constructive methods to keep your child busy this summer.
Chores serve a bigger purpose than just getting something done. They build life skills. Use these tips to help your child with chores.
Packing for a trip when you have ADHD can be overwhelming.
Understanding executive functioning skills can help you create strategies for managing ADHD symptoms.
Tips for helping children with ADHD transition from school to summer break.
Practicing self-care allows you to be the best version of yourself.
Spring cleaning might seem like an insurmountable task for people with ADHD. But it can get done. The following are tips to help you get started and stay motivated.
People with ADHD may have slightly less brain volume overall and differences in five specific regions of the brain compared to the rest of the population.
Here are six questions to ask when creating a treatment plan for your child with ADHD.