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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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Help My Teen is Falling Behind!

Interview with Elizabeth Hamblet

When your teen is falling behind in school, beyond just focusing on the schoolwork that is not getting done, Guest…

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trouble getting started

4 Reasons ADD Kids Have Trouble “Getting Started”

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus

No Magic Tricks Here Like so many challenges our kids face, I cannot wave a magic wand and change my…

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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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Strategies to Make Homework Easier for Kids (and Parents)

By Kendra Wagner

Home work. Those two words seem mismatched. Home is where you can chill, be yourself, and get a little break…

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ADHD, Art & Organization: 3 Simple Projects to Get Organized

By Tracey Goodwin, MEd & Holly Oberacker, ATR

What do ADHD, Art and Organization have in common? When you combine a highly creative ADHD brain with art materials,…

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I Took Depression & ADHD to College (and How My Parents Let Go)

By Rick Frost

  I Was A Typical Complex Teenager From the moment my parents finished helping me move into my college dorm,…

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Help! My Kids’ "done" and there’s still time left in the school year!

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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How do I Motivate my Inattentive Child to do Homework (When I Don’t Believe in It)?

By Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Welcome to Tea & Tips, where we respond to burning questions from parents and educators — taking aim on one…

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