I specialize in writing about ADHD, usually for parents, within the context of education.
Will My Child with ADHD Struggle to Learn to Read?
It's Not Your Fault: How to Relieve Guilt About Your Child's ADHD
Are My Child's Sleep Problems Related to Their ADHD?
Would My ADHD Child Benefit From a Tutor?
Finding the Right Creative Outlet for Your ADHD Child
Motivate Your ADHD Child by Recognizing Their Achievements
Are Internships the Right Experience for an ADHD Kid?
How to Prepare Your ADHD Child for Having a College Roommate
Here's How Your ADHD Child Will Finally Get the Rest They Need
Will My Child with ADHD Struggle to Learn to Read?Learn to recognize signs that your ADHD child is having difficulty with reading readiness, and find out how you can help your child learn to read.
It's Not Your Fault: How to Relieve Guilt About Your Child's ADHDAs the parent of an ADHD child, you may be plagued with feelings of guilt. Use these self-care strategies to help you stay positive as you parent your ADHD child.
Are My Child's Sleep Problems Related to Their ADHD?Learn how your child's ADHD may be causing sleep disruption, and how disrupted sleep can make ADHD symptoms worse for your child.
Would My ADHD Child Benefit From a Tutor?Tutoring can improve your ADHD child's school performance in a number of ways. Use these guidelines to determine if a tutor may be right for your child.
Finding the Right Creative Outlet for Your ADHD ChildHelp your child discover a creative outlet that will help strengthen their focus and improve self-esteem, among other benefits.
Motivate Your ADHD Child by Recognizing Their AchievementsUse these techniques to help your ADHD child overcome frustration and focus on achievement.
Are Internships the Right Experience for an ADHD Kid?With your guidance, an internship can teach your ADHD child real-world job skills, and be an invaluable first step toward a successful career.
How to Prepare Your ADHD Child for Having a College RoommateCareful planning will help your ADHD child ease more confidently into a positive relationship with their new roommate.
Here's How Your ADHD Child Will Finally Get the Rest They NeedADHD often means having a restless mind during the day, when it's time to concentrate - and at night, when it's time to rest. A multi-faceted approach will help your ADHD child get the rest they need to perform well academically.
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