Free Resource: Activity Ideas for ADHD Families
When your child or teen with ADHD is empowered and encouraged to lead the way, it becomes much easier to find those joyful, genuine connections as a family.
If you’re struggling to carve out quality time with your child or teen with ADHD, consider taking a step back and following their lead for a change. When your child is empowered and encouraged to lead the way, it becomes so much easier to find those joyful, genuine connections.
The rules of child- or teen-led time are simple: The parent (or caregiver) decides on the time frame. The child decides on the activity.
Handing over the reins may feel unnatural at first (and not just for you). But the more you hang out with your child and follow their interests, the easier it’ll be to settle into a rhythm.
To get started, you may need to propose joint activities. Draw inspiration from this free resource. Whether you have a young child, a tween, or a teen with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), there’s no shortage of age-appropriate things you can do together.
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only