ADHD Child Proofing: How to Ensure a Safe, Organized Home

Hyperactive preschoolers with attention deficit disorder climb, explore, act up. You want your ADHD children to stay safe -- and yourself to stay sane -- while they do it.

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Limit the Toys

Don’t let fate or impulse determine the number of toys your child has.

If there are toys or games that drive you crazy because of the number of pieces that end up on the floor or under the rugs, put them away until your child is old enough to help with chores and pick up after himself.

Step Four: Establish Routines


This article comes from the Fall 2009 issue of ADDitude.

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