The Morning Survival Guide for ADHD Families
Is your morning routine going sideways? Children with ADHD thrive on structure and schedules they can anticipate and understand. When routine begins to slide, eruptions follow closely behind. Use this guide to regain control of your mornings, and start the day happier.
Launching the day is universally stressful, but for parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD) it feels downright impossible most days. If that’s you, try these ideas for starting the day on a better note, some of which include…
– Provide a protein-rich bedtime snack to aid sleep
– Aim for 10 hours of sleep
– Consider a new medication routine
– Awaken with light and touch
– Shut down the stimuli
– Reward your child for a good morning
For specific morning strategies for ADHD families, get this download and give it a try starting tonight (no, not tomorrow; that is a common mistake!)
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.