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don't nag

Why Nagging Doesn’t Work – ESPECIALLY for ADD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Nagging Tends to Backfire It is a common misconception in the world of ADHD that nagging is the “ONLY WAY”…

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Kids Who are Falling Behind

Standing Up For Kids Who Are Falling Behind

By Diane Dempster

About a year ago, I bumped into a mom from elementary school days whom I hadn’t seen in years. Naturally,…

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The Link Between Brain Maturity & Academic Success with ADHD

By Chris Dendy

For years, clinicians in the ADHD community debated if a link existed between a child’s brain development and performance in…

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What To Do When Your Child Becomes Violent

By Jeremy Didier

Creating a Crisis Management Plan We knew we needed a crisis plan the day our son angrily grabbed his lacrosse…

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How to Apologize

How to Apologize When You’ve Hurt Your Child’s Feelings

By Diane Dempster

Hurt Feelings Sometimes, even when we try to be conscious parents, we inadvertently hurt our kids’ feelings. We don’t do…

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Stop Child Interrupting in Classroom

Want to Stop Your Child From Interrupting in School?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Have You Tried Post-It® Notes? As parents, we’re not the only ones who are trying to help our kids manage…

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There are Only 5 Motivators for People with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Important Note: This is a quick tip summary of a more detailed article explaining the function of Motivation and its…

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Help with homework

How to Help with Homework: Be a Body Double

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

What It Means To Be A Body Double? Tonight, I helped my daughter with her homework. She was studying for…

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preventing risky behavior

Preventing Risky Behaviors in Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

  Know the Facts Want some help to prevent (or, at least, minimize) risky behavior in your kids with ADHD?…

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