Fall 2009: Success at School for ADHD Children
Ruled By Impulses? 12 Rules for Students with ADHD to Behave By
Lack of impulse control is a big concern for parents and teachers of our students. The solution? Work together to teach them the importance of thinking before acting.
10 Easy Ways to Start the School Year Right
Follow these 10 steps to a happier, more organized, more productive school year for your child with attention deficit disorder (ADHD).
Back-to-School Checklist: 8 To-Do Items for ADHD Students
Easy steps that parents and ADHD children can follow now - before classes begin - to ensure a stress-free start of the school year.
Listen Up and Learn! Classroom Focus Strategies for ADHD Children
8 creative ways to keep a child with inattentive ADHD focused and engaged in the classroom and at home.
Classroom Accommodations for ADHD Children
In the classroom, your attention deficit child may have difficulty focusing, organizing, socializing, or completing assignments. Suggest these solutions to the teacher to create a more ADHD-friendly learning environment.
ADHD in the Classroom: How to Bolster Spoken and Written Language Skills
Attention deficit kids often have difficulty with writing assignments or answering questions in class. Use these smart strategies in the classroom and at home to help develop your ADHD child's language skills.
IEP Meetings: What to Expect, How to Prepare
An individualized education program (IEP) is critical for any ADHD student. Here's what to do before, during, and after meeting your child's teacher to set up classroom accommodations.
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Smart Foods for the ADD Brain
When Fluffernutters fail and string cheese strikes out as school lunches, these snacks will fill your ADHD child’s stomach -- and awaken his brain.
An accurate ADHD diagnosis isn’t easy to come by, but getting one is the best way to improve your life. Find out how your diagnosis stacks up -- or doesn’t.
Secrets of Better Discipline
Dr. Peter Jaksa shares his top strategies for managing your lovable, impulsive child.
ADHD Is for Women, Too
Children aren’t the only ones who wrestle with ADHD, and men aren’t the only ones who are hyperactive. A guide for the other half.
Parenting ADHD Children
This ADD House
Preschoolers with ADHD climb, explore, act up. You want them to stay safe -- and yourself to stay sane -- while they do it.
Social Smarts: The Teen Years
Dr. Carol Brady shares five creative ways that parents can help their teenager with ADHD (and poor social skills) find—and keep—friends.
Fun, games, and quality time work just fine for this ADHD dad and his daughters.
Quiet the Riot
My struggle with background noise, and how I snuffed it out, once and for all.
A 10-step program for solving digital distractions.
Making Peace With Your Clutter
If you're in control of your mess, just learn to live with it.
"I Need to Talk the Talk"
Honesty at the doctor’s office leads to the best treatment for any child with attention deficit disorder.
Don't just talk to your non-ADHD partner. Here's how to be heard.
"I Can't Stop Doing It!"
It's not always easy to tell whether it's attention deficit disorder or obsessive-compulsive disorder that's causing your child to be fidgety, inattentive, or distracted.
Overwhelmed No More
Managing stress was the missing piece of my ADHD treatment puzzle.
Ask the Experts
Your ADD Life: Hyperfocus
Ned Hallowell speaks out on the joys of hyperfocus for those of us with ADHD.
In Their Words: Ari Emanual
Co-founder of William Morris/Endeavor Entertainment, Ari Emanuel is a Hollywood legend. He's also an ADHD adult with dyslexia.
Readers review 17-month family calendars.
Four Gadgets to Help You Keep Track of Everything
Keep track of keys, wallets, phones -- all the essential items you never want to lose -- both inside and outside your home with help from these ADHD-friendly devices.