Nudge, Don’t Nag: 9 Ways to Motivate Your Child to Do Well
Nine ways to get your child with ADHD to the starting line — and to finally cross over the finish line of assignments, goals, and day-to-day tasks.
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I would love to be able to stop nagging my child to get dressed each morning, to take her meds each morning, each afternoon, each evening, to bring me her planner each evening, to make her bed, to brush her teeth, to take her shower, basically to complete all the items on her schedule each and every day! She knows the routine and has every intention to complete each item, but her distractibility makes things difficult to complete without constant reminders or having me sit right next to her talking her through each step. I really feel that the revive system would not only give her reminders to complete tasks, by give her true independence and that is what we as parents truly strive for as we teach and help our children wavers day! Thank you revibe for helping us with these challenges!