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Clearing

A Simple Strategy for Getting Over Upsets: Clearing

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Sometimes, when our kids are feeling something intensely – or when the thoughts in their ADHD brains are swirling at…

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read

Let Them Read (Almost) Anything

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

I’m not a reading specialist, but I can tell you this: Kids with ADD (who often struggle with reading, though…

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Martial Arts to Manage ADHD

Use Martial Arts to Manage ADHD, Asperger’s & Other Issues

By Bryan Hampton

Our Guest Expert this week is the 23 year old Operations Manager and Head Instructor at Atlanta Kick, a well-established…

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Think Like Your Child’s ADD Coach

By Diane Dempster

I hear it from clients all the time, “Why can’t he just do what I ask?” Looking at the situation,…

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adhd medication

Why I Choose to Medicate My ADHD Child

By Diane Dempster

At ImpactADHD we take a neutral stance on the use of medication as an intervention for ADHD treatment and management.…

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Wisdom For Parents

Wisdom for Parents from the 2014 CHADD Conference

By Diane Dempster

Back From CHADD Once again, we had an amazing experience at CHADD’s (Children and Adults with ADHD) annual conference, and…

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handling appetites

ADHD Kid Won’t Eat? It’s All About Handling Appetites

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

If you choose to use ADHD medications with your child, OR you are avoiding medication because of concerns about eating…

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teen coaching

Is Your Teen Ready for Coaching?

By Jo Ann Skinner

Your teen is disorganized, continuously late, struggling with getting school assignments done and turned in, and not exactly thriving. So,…

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Exercising the body boosts the brain

‘Vitamin M': How Exercising the Body Boosts the Brain

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

So it’s time to get some schoolwork done. Maybe you’ve taken a break after a long day. Or maybe it’s…

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