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Friday, June 28th, 2019

Superparenting for ADHD

The worst is not knowing what is going on, having nowhere to turn for help, feeling you or your child are constantly being misunderstood and even attacked, and feeling helpless in the face of ongoing problems and conflicts. The worst is feeling alone. The worst is knowing that your child is not getting what he or she […]

Thursday, June 27th, 2019

College and ADHD

Success in college is more about getting work done, done well and on time (“executive function skills and routines”) than IQ! If you or a student you know has ADHD, his or her ability to get work done, done well and on time could be compromised. Summer CollegeCore Coaching prepares students’ executive function skills and […]

Friday, June 21st, 2019

How to Explain ADHD to a Child

ADHD isn’t a death sentence. In fact, it’s a condition that can bring incredible gifts. Pointers for professionals and parents on how to explain ADHD to a child in a way that emphasizes strengths and builds confidence. “In my 30-plus years, I have learned that the moment of delivering the ADHD diagnosis ranks among the […]

Friday, May 17th, 2019

Family Summer Camp for ADHD Brains

Summer is just around the corner. As you start making summer plans for your child, have you considered an ADHD summer camp for the whole family? Dr. Hallowell’s ADHD Summer Adventures Family Camp is a camp for parents and their children ages 8 – 18; including siblings who do not have ADHD. Dr. Hallowell’s camp runs from July […]

Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

Removing the Stigma of ADHD

Dr. Hallowell says, “Fear and shame are the major learning disabilities.”  Getting rid of shame and fear are key! Kids, and this includes kids with ADHD, Dyslexia or any learning challenge, need to feel emotionally safe in the classroom and at home. In Ep 35, Perfectly Obstinate People with Kathy Kolbe on Removing the Stigma […]

Saturday, April 27th, 2019

ADHD Advice for Middle Schoolers

In S3 Mini 29, Dr. Hallowell offers up tips for helping your  6th, 7th and 8th graders manage their ADHD so they can thrive during these critical years. If you just found out that your child has ADHD, learn more HERE.

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