Part of the reason ADHD is often missed is that people expect the symptoms to be loud and in-your-face. The stereotypical ADHDer is a little boy who’s running all over the place. An actual ADHDer, of course, can be any age or gender and have any temperament.
What does it take to be a great parent to a child with ADHD? A few adjustments in your parenting skills and the way you interact with your child. In this free download from ADDitude find out what works, and why.
“When a child with ADHD receives a drop or two of praise, it’s like rain in the desert.” Learn how the right words of praise and encouragement can boost your child’s self-confidence.
There is a whole world outside of ADHD. Enjoying being active in the outdoors helped author, Todd Holt to manage his ADHD and he feels it is something our children need to see.
Fans of Mervel Superhero films will know who actor Mark Ruffalo is. He talks here in this short film clip about growing up with ADHD, Dyslexia & Depression – and now he is someone with superpowers!
Kids with ADHD tend to take about three years longer than their peers to develop executive functioning skills. But does this mean they’ll eventually outgrow ADHD?