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Helping Children with ADHD Develop a Growth Mindset
Fostering a growth mindset in your child can help to counteract some of the negative academic experiences and criticisms that they encounter because of their ADHD. Fortunately, mindsets can be changed! As a parent, here are a few steps you can take to help your child shift from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset:
5 Tips for Meeting Your Child’s Emotional Needs as they Return to School
It is hard to know how to support your child when they are struggling emotionally. Here are five simple tips to help you get started.
I Feel Like I’m Bribing My Child! What’s the Difference Between Bribes and Rewards?
While rewards are a valuable ADHD management tool, it’s not uncommon for parents who use rewards to say that feel like they are bribing their child to get them to meet basic expectations. It’s important to remember that kids with ADHD actually need rewards to help with motivation.
In a Slump? Tips for Boosting Motivation for Remote Learning in Kids with ADHD
November is a tough month for kids with ADHD when it comes to staying motivated at school. The novelty of the new school year has officially worn off, summer seems like a lifetime ago, and holiday distractions are about to come on in full force.
What to Expect from Virtual Therapy Sessions for Kids and Teens with ADHD
If you’re a parent considering telehealth treatment for your child or teen’s ADHD, you undoubtedly have questions about what to expect from virtual sessions. Here are answers to the top five questions I receive about telehealth therapy for ADHD.
Simple Tips for Boosting Academic Motivation in Kids with ADHD
With summer-like weather upon us and many weeks spent without a structured school schedule, kids with ADHD are struggling to focus on their schoolwork like never before.
Managing Your Emotions During the Coronavirus Crisis
If you are a parent of a child with ADHD and feel like you are hanging on by a thread, you are not alone. As the coronavirus pandemic stretches on, emotions are running high and patience is running low.
The Importance of Teaching Self-Advocacy Skills to Kids with ADHD
As a parent of a child with ADHD, you have undoubtedly spent a great deal of time advocating on behalf of your child. With that in mind, how can you best begin preparing them for the times in adulthood where they will need to advocate on behalf of themselves?
Setting Realistic Expectations for Kids with ADHD
Kids with ADHD need clear and consistent expectations in order to thrive at school and at home. Expectations provide structure and consistency and help kids strive to reach their full potential.
Recent Study Suggests Kids and Teens with ADHD are Less Likely to Exercise than their Non-ADHD Peers
When you think of a child with ADHD, a certain stereotype may come to mind: a child who is bursting with energy. While there have always been many reasons to challenge this stereotype, findings from a recent study about physical activity and ADHD have added one more.