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Six Things to STOP Saying to your (ADHD) Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

One of the most common questions I hear from parents – in coaching sessions, on training calls – is “how do I say that so that my child will respond?”

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15 Clues Your Child Is Getting Bullied & What to Do About It

By Barbara Coloroso

Bullying is a familiar topic in the world of complex kids, and internationally renowned parent author and educator, Barbara Coloroso,…

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5 Magic Words: What Is Most Important Here?

By Diane Dempster

Transition times can be an absolute nightmare for parents of complex kids. Whether its end-of-school-year, or breaks during the year,…

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The Parent’s Role in Medication Management for ADHD Kids

By Laurie Dupar

The world of ADHD is an evolving and imperfect one. Fully stepping into your role as parent expert fills an often overlooked gap in the treatment system. Following the above guidelines maximizes your expertise as your child’s “parent,” and keeps you where you belong – as an essential member of your child’s success team.

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Worst Parenting Advice

Worst Parenting Advice for Complex Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Complex kids are different. But as parents, we don’t always know that starting out. So we try to follow traditional…

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The Gut-Brain Connection in Complex Kids

By Chantell Reagan

Note: Prescription medication and Behavior Management (i.e. Parent Training) are first line treatments for kids with ADHD and related challenges.…

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ADHD Child

4 Tips to Introduce an ADHD Child to Systems and Structures

By Diane Dempster

Systems and structures help us tame the chaos of life with ADHD, bringing order to our homes and more confidence…

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Limiting Screen Time with a Healthy Play Diet

By Randy Kulman

I field a lot of questions about how to help children with ADHD who seem dependent on screen-based technologies, and…

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Back-to-School

What Is There to Love About Back to School?

By Diane Dempster

The Gift of Back-To-School I remember as a kid growing up I always loved September and heading back to school.…

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