(2 min. read) Kids with ADHD may not enjoy sitting down to read for more than a few minutes at a time. However reading and writing comprise a large portion of their school day. Whether it’s a busy school year or the summertime, we can find ways to “sprinkle in” bits of reading skills practice. […]
Awareness of Learning Differences
I am thankful to have spent time talking to Katelyn Mabry, host of the podcast for kids entitled Journey With Me Through ADHD. We discussed how kids can learn about how they study best and partner with their parents and caregivers to get support. The episode is short, only 12 minutes long – please go
(4 min read) We all want what’s best for our kids. When we see kids struggle in school we want to help. Building a strong partnership with the teachers allows you to share (and receive) information about your kid and their ADHD. Parents, guardians, and teachers must work together to create a learning environment that
We have had a lot of family togetherness in the past 4 months. I have lost free time and peace and quiet. But I have gained more opportunities to observe my kids in situations that give them joy and ones that give them frustrations.
I had to train myself to stop telling my kids to “try harder” at school. This was ineffective and completely overlooked what was really happening.