ADD/ADHD Parenting Tips From an ADHD Coach

Tips from an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) coach about how parents can help their ADD/ADHD child thrive in school and at home.

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Organizing Tips for ADD/ADHD Families

Most ADD/ADHD children learn by example and repetition. Share organizational strategies and hints that have helped you. Talk about, and demonstrate, how you get your own stuff organized at home or at work. Encourage ideas from her. Don’t force your child to organize your way. Not all systems work for every individual.

(If you are struggling with organizational problems, ask for help. Maybe you have a “super organized” friend or family member.)


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TAGS: Behavior in ADHD Kids, Routines for ADHD Children, ADHD Coaching, Teens and Tweens with ADHD, ADHD Communication Skills

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