We know that school for many children with ADHD brings a lot of challenges. Here are some tips on how to build a morning and afternoon routine to help your child keep on track and get them off to the best possible start!
Government decided to introduce a new model for allocating Special Needs Assistants to primary and post-primary schools for students in mainstream classes only with effect from the 2020/21 school year as part of the phased roll-out of the School Inclusion Model (SIM).
How I Fixed My ADHD Family’s Morning Routine A smart morning routine — thoughtfully planned and religiously executed — can reduce your family’s daily chaos and stress, though it won’t happen instantly. The trick is exercising patience and praise as you follow these guidelines for getting everyone dressed, fed, and out the door on time […]
Routines are therapeutic for children with ADHD, who benefit from clear expectations and reliable schedules. And nothing throws a routine out of whack like the holidays. Given those two truths, ADD expert Edward Hallowell, M.D., for Additude Magazine, explains how to prep for the season so everyone actually enjoys it. The holiday whirlwind is kicking […]
How to Make Friends: A Guide for Kids with ADHD (and Their Parents, Too)
Fact: Boys are diagnosed two to three times as often as girls, but about 4.2% of girls have received a diagnosis of ADHD at some point in their life. (And that’s not none!)