Strategies for ADHD: Guide for Parents
Download a Free Guide to Building Better Focus Skills
When your child is struggling with ADHD, focus, attention, or impulsivity, it can be tough to know the right tools to keep them on task. At Brain Balance, we understand what's going on in the brain when a child has trouble focusing.
In this guide, you will learn about sustained and reward-driven attention, why it’s important to balance these two types of attention, and tips and tricks to find a balance between tech and brain-healthy activities.
Lastly, you’ll learn the attention span expectations you should have for your child’s age. And don’t worry; the kids won’t even know it. Practice sustained attention all year round to set your child up for success in the classroom.
Download our free Build Better Focus Guide. You'll get detailed tips to help your child stay on task, concentrate, feel calm and build sustained attention skills.
Help Your Child Get Back on Track
If your family is feeling like this year of stress has left everyone feeling a bit more unfocused, you're not alone. At Brain Balance, we understand what you’re going through. The Brain Balance Program is designed to help kids, teens and young adults build the focus, behavior, and social-emotional skills to keep up in school. Brain Balance has helped more than 50,000 individuals reach their true potential. When you fill out the form above, not only will you receive our "ADHD Guide for Parents" but one of our knowledgeable team members will reach out to see how Brain Balance can help.
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