Time's Up!

One parent finds there's no arguing with a kitchen timer.

"I've found a kitchen timer to be useful for setting limits for my son. We set it to go off when he needs to leave for school, to give someone else a turn with a toy, or to go to bed. Transitions are hard for kids with AD/HD, but there's no arguing with a timer."

-Vicki Jansen, Anchorage, Alaska

TAGS: ADHD Time Management

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