Winter 2012: Guide to Alternative Therapies
To Succeed in School, Simplify
It's a biological fact: the ADHD brain needs simplicity. Free up your child's mind to focus on learning with this streamlined approach to getting organized.
Have You Homeschooled Your ADHDer?
Many parents think about taking on their child's education themselves. Have the classroom challenges of attention deficit made you consider homeschooling?
Help Yourself to College Success
You're off at college and ready to take charge of your education. Set your sights on that diploma by stepping up to secure accommodations.
A Teacher's To-Do List
Bring out the best in kids with attention deficit with these seven simple steps for educators.
Teachers We Love: "Giving It My All"
By staying flexible and thinking creatively, this special education teacher really connects with kids with learning disabilities.
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Parenting ADHD Children
Your ADD Life
David Letterman has his Top 10 list. Here's mine for helping kids with attention deficit grow up happy, confident, and connected.
Accepting your child's attention deficit isn't always easy, especially for tough, no-nonsense fathers. This mom helped it happen for her husband and their son.
Boy Meets World
We want you to know that Dylan isn't bad or rude, just wired a little differently.
Before my late diagnosis, attention deficit left me feeling insecure and inept. But I'm finally coming into my own as I do adulthood right.
Messy House? Throw a Party!
Inviting friends over for dessert night finally forced me to get organized. My clean, uncluttered house was its own sweet reward.
Stand by Me
A mentor may be the missing link in many ADDers' treatment plan.
If your child's ADHD meds help him in school but give him a bad case of tics, here's what to do.
Slowing down through meditation, sharpening your child's focus with new brain games, and correcting food sensitivities can help you and your child lead a happier, more productive life.
ADDers can and should meditate--for lots of reasons.
Old-fashioned childhood games may be a game-changer for helping ADHD kids succeed in school and life.
Eggs, dairy, nuts, soy, gluten — these foods could be making your child's symptoms worse. Here's how to determine if they are.