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Six Brain-Based Tips to Help Your Child Get Things Done

By Marydee Sklar

Do you constantly nag your child to do homework and chores? If so, you’ve been working really hard as the…

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Parent Guidelines for Monitoring ADHD Stimulant Medication

By Charles Parker

Publisher’s Note: While stimulant medication is widely used in the treatment of ADHD, it is certainly not without controversy. This…

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Attention Deficit Disorder Is Not a Deficit of Attention

By Jeff Copper

ADHD is Mis-Labeled Labels are misleading. We drive on parkways and park on driveways. When someone says a person is…

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Speak Digital

Do You Speak Digital?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

While we don’t know everything about ADHD (yet!), what we do know is that it’s complex, and that we have…

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5-Keys to Unlock Executive Dysfunction in ADHD Kids

By Sucheta Kamath

Unmotivated, unaware, scattered and disorganized children are often thought to be lazy (and unintelligent). In fact, they typically struggle with…

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Best Kept Secret for Treating ADHD: Vitamin “M”

By Kelly Dorfman

Julia’s son, Colin, was attending a famous military college, and she was worried because he had been struggling with ADHD…

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Great Parent Education Course

6 Things to Look For In a GREAT Parent Education Course

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Parenting Is A Full-Time Job Parenting is an immersive experience. It’s the biggest job most of us will ever do…

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Medicating a Child for ADHD: A Parent Dilemma

By Michael Banov

Choosing to put your child on medication for ADHD is often a difficult and emotionally challenging decision. Parents are reluctant…

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Teach Healthy Management to Help Your ADD/ADHD Child

By Edward Hallowell

How easily the gifts of ADHD are lost on a child amid negative comments from doctors, teachers, and even loving…

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