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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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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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parenting

8 Tips for Parenting Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Words to Live by When Parenting Complex Kids Much of what I’ve needed to know as a parent I learned…

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Fake It ‘Til You Make It!

By Diane Dempster

The Power of Confidence We all know that one of the most valuable things that we can give our kids…

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embarrassing conversations with your kids

5 Tips for Having Embarrassing Conversations with Your Kids

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

A few years back, after the stunning death of Cory Monteith (of “Glee” fame), US magazine quoted a source saying, “He…

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Use Code Words To Help ADHD Kids Cope with … Everything?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

We use code words in our family to facilitate communication, ease emotionally intense situations, and aid in organization. When my…

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What is Recommended Treatment for ADHD?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

What Are Medical Guidelines for ADHD Treatment? According to the American Association of Pediatrics, the American Psychiatric Association, and other…

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Mornings and Teens

Mornings and Teens with ADHD – Can They End in "I Love You"?

By Diane Dempster

I just dropped off my Senior at high school. I’ve done it every day for years; but lately, it feels…

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Homework Advice for Kids with ADHD

Outrageous Homework Advice for Kids with ADHD

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Warning: this strategy is going to fly in the face of traditional recommendations to parents! Traditional Advice Does Not Always…

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