After 180 days of alarm clocks, spelling tests, homework showdowns, and reminders to “Quiet down,” your kid needs a break. He needs some freedom. Some fun. Some frivolous time to just be a kid. That almost goes without question. But what many parents fail to recognize is that kids with ADHD typically behave the best and grow the most when their summers also include reliable routines comprising learning time, physical time, and free time. They actually thrive on structure.
In this 66-page special report, learn how to design a well-organized summer vacation that is simultaneously fun and full of learning. Expert advice and resources span the following:
- 11 rules for a well-balanced summer
- How to select the best camp or program for your child
- What to expect before, during, and after camp
- How to decide on a medication holiday
- Personal stories of summer success
The basis for a well-structured, stress-free summer of growth always begins at home. Here’s how to begin laying the groundwork for your family’s summer schedule, and to select the best camps and activities specifically for your kid.
8-PART SUMMER SURVIVAL GUIDE
This comprehensive report includes everything from summer camp criteria to creative learning strategies. Chapters include:
HOW TO BUILD A BETTER SUMMER
Don’t overschedule. Maintain routine. Plan for at least one success daily. And 8 more rules to transform your summer.
HOW TO SELECT THE BEST CAMP OR PROGRAM FOR YOUR CHILD
Important options and criteria to consider before choosing any summer activity for a child with ADHD or LD.
WHAT TO EXPECT BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER CAMP
How to best prepare kids and counselors, deal with discipline and homesickness, and keep new friendships alive.
HOW TO DECIDE ON A MEDICATION HOLIDAY
Should you child take a break from his ADHD medication this summer? Our experts weigh in with pros and cons.
Real families with disparate challenges, and the summer programs that worked for them.
ADHD Summer Camp Worksheet. Packing List. Camp & School Directory.
Build the Best Summer Ever: ORDER THE SPECIAL REPORT NOW!
The full report has even more useful information for integrating learning opportunities into summer fun, building reading skills, choosing sports that work for kids with ADHD, improving social skills, and more additional resources from ADDitude!