October - November 2007: ADHD Professionals, IEP, and More
Study Skills for Elementary School Children with ADHD
These smart study skills can help your child with ADD ADHD pump up his test scores and make the grade at school.
Is College the Right Choice for Your ADHD Teen?
Consider these productive alternatives to a four-year college for your teenager with ADD/ADHD. Sometimes, distance and perspective provide the best education...
Teaching Tips to Help ADHD Students
5 ways teachers can modify writing and note-taking assignments for ADHD students.
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Specialists: Who Does What
There's a broad spectrum of help available for your child with ADHD or a learning disability like dyslexia.
Bounce back from life's challenges with these seven strategies.
The Individualized Education Program—or IEP—is more than a document du jour. It can be a blueprint for your ADD teen's success in high school and beyond.
Working with doctors you trust can help you parent with confidence. Here’s how to find the best team for your child with ADHD.
Rules for Resilience
We asked ADDitude readers how they help their children cope with challenges at school and at home. Here are their suggestions.
Parenting ADHD Children
Latitude for Gratitude
Look beyond the challenges of parenting a child with ADD to the little victories you pull off every day for yourself and your family.
Discipline Without Regret
Is your ADD child misbehaving—again? We know how tough it is. Try these threat-free discipline tips to get results.
No Family Feuds
If your relatives offer un-asked-for parenting "advice" for your child with ADD, the following strategies will prevent the next get-together from becoming an unwelcome visit.
ADDitude Recommends: Schwab Interactive Tool
A new online tool helps parents of children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) understand learning disabilities.
When a mom and dad pull together to love and support their sons with ADD, miracles can happen.
Seven-year-old Jonathan Mooney thought he was a bad kid because he couldn’t sit still in class. As a 30-year-old, the author and public speaker now realizes his restless streak is the secret of his success.
Home for the Holidays: Clean-Up 101
Get your house in shape for family and friends without driving yourself around the bend. We promise.
Happy Holidays, Really!
Is time not on your side? Here are eight ways to simplify life with adult ADD, so you can actually enjoy the celebration this year.
The Job from Hell
Running the household is the job ADD moms love to hate — here are some organization tips to make it better.
Changing Your ADHD Life for the Better
Proper diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD will improve your life for the better.
Don't Should On Me
Why ADD adults are happier, healthier and more productive when they ignore the 'should do' advice of others.
How Many Meds
Here are some of the psychiatric drugs that doctors prescribe most frequently.
Go Easy on the Sugar
Cutting back on sugary snacks could bring out your child’s sweeter side this holiday season.
"Should my child take more than one med?"
"What if an ADHD child takes more than one med?"
Road Test: The Purseket
ADHD families test out purse organizers.
ADDitude Picks: Best Resources for Behavior and Discipline
Need help parenting a child with ADHD or a learning disability like dyslexia? Here are great online resources.