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Special Coronavirus Response

The Edge Foundation is offering FREE or sliding scale, one-to-one coaching for kids, teenagers and young adults who find themselves at home — often with challenges from remote learning and / or stresses during this unusual period. Just provide your email address below and we’ll send you information to help you get started.

 

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Music and ADHD Therapy

The interventions for ADHD that are most often discussed are medication, cognitive behavioral therapy, coaching, support groups, and/or changes in the home, work, or school environments. Other tools can include exercise, meditation, a healthy diet, and good sleep. One intervention that is not typically highlighted is music therapy. Research suggests that music could benefit someone with ADHD, by increasing dopamine levels) and thereby improving attention and executive functioning skills.

Tips for Helping Your ADHD Child Calm Down

For many children with ADHD, sitting still is a near impossible task. Their constant physical activity can be frustrating for parents and difficult for teachers when a child’s hyperactivity disrupts a class. But there are a number of simple techniques parents can use to help their ADHD child harness their energy and accomplish their goals.