Summer 2008: Behavior Therapy, Finding a Coach, and More
The Home/School Checklist: Helping Teachers Help Your ADHD Child
Using a home/school checklist gives parents and teachers an easy way to coordinate the education of a child with ADHD.
A homework organizer can help a child with ADHD be a star at school.
High Marks: How a Daily Report Card Can Bring Out the Best in ADHD Children
Use this handy tool to effectively shape better behavior in the classroom for your child with ADHD.
Just for Teachers: 5 Tips to Help ADHD Kids Stay Organized
Practical solutions to ADHD students’ most common problems staying organized at school.
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Bullied No More!
The author was dissed and demeaned, as a sixth-grader, by a bully no one could control. Then he and his mom decided to double-team the tough guy into submission.
How to Bridle Bullies
Tried-and-true strategies for responding to a school bully.
Playing the Authority Card
Are you being teased? Here, a former bully victim shares how to deal with it on your own, and when it's time to tell someone.
More Carrot Less Stick
Behavior therapy accentuates the positive by giving a child
productive habits to use in place of problematic ones.
Your Best Life
An ADHD coach can transform your life—if he has the right approach and you’re serious about making a change.
Hiring a Coach
Important considerations every adult with ADD should make when interviewing prospective coaches.
Parenting ADHD Children
Let the Games Begin
Summer play builds muscle, stamina, and self-esteem.
Easy summer dinners that will deliver needed nutrition to ADHD kids and take the heat off moms.
Who's in Control Here?
How to break the cycle of video game "addiction" in your kids.
Making the Right Moves!
Signing up my nine-year-old Abbey for martial arts classes worked wonders for her self-esteem.
Get with the Plan
Has your teen been pleading for a cell phone? Consider the
following before letting her go mobile.
Can't Take Him Anywhere
It’s easy to fall into self-pity and isolation when you’re an ADHD parent. A mom shows you how to deal with both.
A coach and her ADD clients team up to create planners that will also work for you.
Life on Your Terms
You are much more than any of your successes or failures.
Ask the Experts
Your ADD Life
Ned Hallowell explains how to move ahead after you've received a diagnosis of ADHD.
Your Legal Rights
Robert Tudisco answers your questions about ADD and the law.
Summer Reading Roundup
Great books that keep learning alive once school's out, selected by a school librarian and mom to an ADHD child.