December - January 2008: Parenting ADHD Children
Taking Good Class Notes with ADHD: Homework Help for Teens
Homework help for teenagers and college students with attention deficit disorder who need note-taking strategies that match their learning styles.
Time Out of Mind
A college student shares the time-tracking tools she's used to manage (or not!) her academic schedule over the years.
Winter Check-Up for ADHD Students: Better Teacher Meetings
Four tips for a more productive mid-year meeting with your ADHD child's teacher.
Rewarding Good Behavior in the Classroom
Five ways for teachers of children with ADHD to accentuate the positive in the classroom.
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Calm the Chaos
Nine strategies to tame the weeknight u201cwitchingu201d hours.
Exercise: A Med Without Side Effects
Physical activity may be good for focus. Plus, it’s inexpensive, self-prescribed, and accessible to everyone.
Balanced Meals, Better Behavior
How choosing the right foods can improve your child's ADHD symptoms.
Neurofeedback: Train Your Brain
Can neurofeedback really help your child? Here's what you need to know.
Programmed for Success
Software designed to increase working memory may improve
attention and decrease hyperactivity.
Parenting ADHD Children
The Upside of Failure
Eight illuminating lessons for kids who don’t make the cut.
Give Your Child a Job
Household chores work wonders for ADHD children.
Teens and Alcohol
A guide for parents whose teenagers with attention deficit disorder may be drinking during the holidays — and beyond.
Steps to Independence
Thinking of your teen as a u201cwork in progressu201d will make this stage easier on both of you.
A single dad with ADHD is doing his loving best to make sure his
children’s lives turn out better than his own.
Nurturing My Wonderful ‘Turbo’ Brain
Feed your ADHD brain by connecting in as many positive ways as you can.
Older, Wiser—Never Late
At 59, a second-grade teacher learns to manage her ADHD symptoms.
Manage Your Money!
ADHD-friendly ways to track expenses and build your nest egg.
No One’s Perfect
Here’s how to wean yourself from the idea that you have to be.
Say Hello to Social Success
Strategies for meeting and greeting at your next get-together.
Feed Your Child’s Focus
Artificial coloring may make your child more hyperactive. Here are some healthy substitutes.
Product Reviews: The Planner Pad
Three ADDitude readers with very busy lives test out this popular day-planner that promises to get them organized.