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ADHD

Why Kids with ADHD are More Prone to Lying

  Do your kids lie? Any child will tell a lie from time to time. But, if your child has ADHD, he or she probably lies more often than others. This […]

How to Stay Focused at School Despite Holiday Distractions

  As the holidays approach along with the promise of an extended break from schoolwork, students may get distracted from work in the classroom. Many […]

Family Gathering Survival Tips for Families with Hyperactive Kids

Children with ADHD and other hyperactive kids can have difficulty navigating family gatherings. This is especially the case during the holidays when […]

October is Learning Disabilities/ADHD/Dyslexia Awareness Month. What Can You Do to Make a Difference?

  "Awareness is the greatest agent for change." — Eckhart Tolle Within the United States, approximately one in five children experience attention and […]

Normal Attention Span Expectations By Age

"Pay attention!" "Focus!" "Just two more pages, then you can take a break." Virtually all parents have tried pleading with their kids to get them to […]

Helping Students with Summer Fever Stay on Task

  His eyes wander when teachers talk to him. She starts fidgeting after a minute of focus. Students with ADHD fight a daily battle to stay on task, […]

Visual Timers for Test Taking: Friend or Foe?

Learners with special needs, particularly those with attention disorders, may suffer from test anxiety. Timed tests force students to work quickly […]

Tips to Improve Listening Skills in Kids with ADHD

  Having ADHD can make a classroom experience difficult for any child, especially when it comes to listening. Luckily, there are some steps that […]

Dating Tips for Teens with ADHD

 

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