Some families have opted to use homeschooling for their children with ADHD and other executive function disorders. Homeschooling offers the ability to customize how your child learns, but there are challenges as well.
Every year, many of us go through the ritual of making New Year’s resolutions. It feels like the appropriate time to review the past year’s successes and disappointments, and make a fresh start, with a new set of goals. That is often easier said than done for most people, especially if you have ADHD. Here are some alternatives to the New Year’s resolution.
Research has shown that up to seven of every 10 children with ADHD have clinical sleep disturbances. This is important because disturbed or inadequate sleep can exacerbate the symptoms of ADHD including hyperactivity, impulsivity, or irritability. Here are a number of steps parents can take to help a child with ADHD get a better night’s sleep.
Getting started in the morning can be difficult for anyone, but it can be especially challenging if you have ADHD. This can be a stressful and chaotic time, and a bad start can make the rest of the day difficult as well. Here are some tips that experts recommend to help you and your family get your mornings under control.
Raising a child with ADHD usually requires a great deal of patience and understanding on the part of the parents. But for the siblings, having a brother or sister with ADHD can also be quite a challenge. Here are some tips to help the whole family manage potential difficulties and also have an opportunity to learn positive lessons about empathy, creativity, sharing, and more.