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ADHD CHADD Conference Highlights

Lunch with Dr. Ned Hallowell, author of Driven to DistractionLunch with Dr. Ned Hallowell, author of Driven to DistractionAs the coordinator of CHADD of SJ Chapter I attend the conference each year and return inspired from my experience and participation. This year I had the opportunity to have lunch with Dr. Ned Hallowel, author of […]

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Alarm Clocks for Kids with ADHD/ADD Children who Have Difficulty Waking Up

Alarm Clocks for Kids with ADHD/ADD Children who Have Difficulty Waking Up

Many children with ADHD/ADD have difficulty getting up in the morning.  Many parents are at their wit’s end trying to get their children up and to school on time.  This is due to the fact many with ADHD/ADD have hypersomnia caused by the difficulty with the brains ability to shifting from the sleep state to […]

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Because I Said So! ADHD Motivation Tips

How to end the bickering and nagging, and motivate your ADHD child to finish his boring-but-oh-so-important chores. by Linda Karanzalis  (re-published with permission from ADDitudemag.com) Quick word-association game: When you hear “chores,” you think “stimulating,” “fascinating,” and “creative,” right? Fat chance. Even for people without attention deficit (ADD/ADHD), chores are nothing short of torture. But […]

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Motivate ADHD Children-Activities

Motivate ADHD Children-Activities

Motivation for ADHD Children How to Reward Behavior Without Technology By Linda Karanzalis (re published with permission from ADDitudemag.com) Screen Time “The thing that motivates my 11-year-old son with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is screen time — whether on the computer or watching TV,” one reader tells us. “He gets one hour a day […]

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ADHD Help for Parents

ADHD Help for Parent

ADHD Help for Parents Schedule for ADHD Children of Working Moms and Dads By Linda Karanzalis (re published with permission from ADDitudemag.com) “I know ADHD kids need consistent routines, but what can working parents or parents with inconsistent schedules do to help their children?” one parent of an ADHD child asks. Being consistent with schedules, […]

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