Spring 2008: ADHD and Exercise
ADHD at School: Giving Great Oral Reports
Eight tips to help children with ADHD deliver successful oral reports at school.
Procrastination at School: Helping ADHD Students Cram for Tests
5 strategies to help children with ADHD study for that big school test - tomorrow!
For Teachers: Helping ADHD Children Spell
Four motivating ways to help children with ADHD become better spellers.
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Where’s the Passion?
Helping your ADD teenager find it is a gift that lasts a lifetime.
Bonus: Camp Checklist
Here are points to address to ensure that your ADD child’s experience at camp is optimal.
How can you be sure your ADHD child is ready for overnight camp? Here are some tips from the experts.
The Exercise Solution
A renowned ADD expert explains how physical activity changes your brain for the better.
Exercise: How Much, How Long
How to structure your workout routine to manage your ADD symptoms.
The Brain-Body Connection
Aerobics or highly structured exercise — What's better for children with ADD?
Gifted & Talented
Every parent wants to play up his child’s strengths. Here are seven tools that will help you bring out his absolute best.
Parenting ADHD Children
Going It Alone
If you’re a single parent, you need a plan—this plan—to raise an ADD child.
Banishing Bad Moods
Self-calming strategies children can use to put “mood
monsters” in their place.
Finding the Best Camp
Strategies for making sure your child is a happy camper.
How to give your child reliable structure and solid limits.
We Made It!
She raised three ADD children. She survived and her kids thrived. A mom looks back on the happy, maddening years.
Having It All
After a midlife diagnosis of ADHD, Randy Schwartz is on a mission to change, well, everything.
Rise and Shine at the Office
To be a star at work, you need to start the night before.
The Simple Life
Eight strategies to keep our wonderful enthusiasms in check.
Ned Hallowell on... Climbing the Ladder at Work
The complete game plan for excelling at your job.
Re-Tie The Knot
When your marriage is rough, here’s how to smooth the waters.
LD and Your Child
How to determine whether your child has a learning disability like dyslexia, and to get the right help if he does.
Benefits of Breakfast
A high-protein meal in the morning can help your child learn through the rest of the day.
Here's an ADD-friendly shape-up program that will hold your attention.
In Their Words: Pete Kight, founder and former CEO, CheckFree Corp.
A successful entrepreneur shares his story as an adult with attention deficit disorder.