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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Parents of ADD/ADHD Children: Remember to Breathe

Have you noticed that your stress level decreases when you take a deep breath? How about two or three? Repeat until you feel your shoulders coming down from your ears and you can focus on your child and his needs. Do some deep breathing before getting involved in homework or those last-minute projects. Ask your child to take a few deep breaths, too.

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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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