The Power of Role-Play for Building Social Skills

Building Social Skills for ADHD Children Role-playing strategies to help your child get along with others—even bullies

ADHD : 102 practical strategies for reducing the deficit  	 by Kim "Tip" Frank and Susan J. Smith-Rex.

ADHD : 102 practical strategies for reducing the deficit by Kim "Tip" Frank and Susan J.

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The Homework System That Really Works

A System That Works for ADHD Children Consistent routines provide the homework help children with ADHD and learning disabilities need.

Five ways to reduce the symptoms of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) through fun and games.

The Attention Games: Catching Focus

Games That Increase Attention and Focus in ADHD Children Five ways to reduce the symptoms of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) through fun and games.

10 Ways to Deal with a Child’s ADHD Behavior

Parents of allergic children are left to negotiate a safe environment with those who may not be familiar with the reality of food allergies. Here are key points that teachers and parents should know about food-allergic children.

ADDitude | ADDitude: Information on Attention Deficit Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Parenting and More

My Daughter’s Anxiety: Something a Mom Can’t Fix

Children with attention deficit disorder (ADD / ADHD), dyslexia, or other learning disability overcome challenges in the classroom and improve behavior with ADDitude's expert tips from a veteran first-grade teacher.

15 Ways to Teach Better Organization to ADHD Kids  How teachers and parents can help children with ADHD master better organization and time-management skills at school and at home.

15 Ways to Teach Better Organization to Kids with ADHD

15 Ways to Teach Better Organization to ADHD Kids. How teachers and parents can help children with ADHD master better organization and time-management skills at school and at home. Good advice for every child, actually.

ADHD at School: Helping Children Follow Directions  Strategies to help children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) focus and sustain attention in the classroom.

Following Every Direction, Every Time

Strategies to help children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) focus and sustain attention in the classroom.

Is homework stress exhausting your family? Follow this homework system to put in place a routine that works for ADHD kids—and the whole household.

The ADHD Homework System We Swear By

ADDitude Magazine can help people with ADHD/ADD figure out their best treatment, such as with this article entitled "The ADD-Friendly Diet."  Follow the link to read this important information if you or your family have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. #additudemag and #adhdplate

10 Foods (and Supplements and Vitamins!) to Boost Your ADHD Brain

ADDitude Magazine can help people with ADHD/ADD figure out their best treatment, such as with this article entitled "The ADD-Friendly Diet.

Inattentive type ADHD: Is It an Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) or ADHD? Does your child struggle to block out background noise, follow conversations or pronounce words correctly? She may have an auditory processing disorder.

Could Your Child Have Auditory Processing Disorder?

Differential Diagnosis of AD/HD and Auditory Processing Disorders in Internationally Adopted School Age Children

File Under "Wacky:" Overcoming ADHD Clutter Creatively  An ADHD woman battles disorganization with a highly personalized clutter-busting system -- and wins.

“How I Got My Messy House Organized”

Overcoming ADHD Clutter Creatively - An ADHD woman battles disorganization with a highly personalized clutter-busting system -- and wins.

Parents of Children with ADHD Report Multiple Conditions

Bilingualism in the preschool years can significantly alter a child’s beliefs about the world, according to a new study by Concordia University. In contrast to their monolingual peers, children exposed to more than one language after age three believe.

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