October is ADHD Awareness Month. Great infographic about "What is ADHD?"

October is ADHD Awareness Month

When ADHD kids practice controlling their emotions and impulsive outbursts, they will be healthier and happier at school and at home. Here's how parents can help.

Every 504 Plan Should Include These ADHD Accommodations

When ADHD kids practice controlling their emotions and impulsive outbursts, they will be healthier and happier at school and at home. Here's how parents can help.

Disability Fact Sheet - Autism Classroom Strategies (I wish it was really this simple & clear cut!!) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

Disability Fact Sheet - Autism Classroom Strategies

Disability Fact Sheet - Autism Classroom Strategies (I wish it was really this simple & clear cut!!) Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/sostherapy/.

If you a parent of a child with a disability (which by federal definition includes ADHD, ADD), your child has rights to receive a Free and Apropriate Education. This sight will teach you your rights to help advocate for your child. No, the schools don't automatically do what is right for your child. You have to educate yourself and advocate.

If you a parent of a child with a disability (which by federal definition includes ADHD, ADD), your child has rights to receive a Free and Apropriate Education. This sight will teach you your rights to help advocate for your child. No, the schools don't automatically do what is right for your child. You have to educate yourself and advocate.

Teaching with TLC: Is your child having a difficult time learning multiplication…

Is your child having a difficult time learning multiplication facts?

Tips For Taking Care Of Children Who Have ADHD - Infographic

Tips For Taking Care Of Children Who Have ADHD - Infographic

The ADHD in Children Infographic gives some useful tips for parents as well as teachers in order to better understand how to manage children with ADHD.

Wondering what is really running in the mind of someone with ADHD? Take a peek at what actually an ADHD person thinks and how they are affected by simple distractions.

Wondering what is really running in the mind of someone with ADHD? Take a peek at what actually an ADHD person thinks and how they are affected by simple distractions.

This is great - it is difficult to try and fully explain the special education process to parents and regular Ed teachers. It is complicated and full of red tape not to mention mentally exhausting - and each state/ county may interpret the law differently for their own school districts... This site developed by a fellow school psychologist just about sums it up! Thanks for making my job easier!

This is great - it is difficult to try and fully explain the special education process to parents and regular Ed teachers. It is complicated and full of red tape not to mention mentally exhausting - and each state/ county may interpret the law differently for their own school districts... This site developed by a fellow school psychologist just about sums it up! Thanks for making my job easier!

It carried into my adulthood. It was never treated. I am type 3; I have a lot of symptoms from the list on type 1 and certain situations bring out a few from type 2.

It carried into my adulthood. It was never treated. I am type 3; I have a lot of symptoms from the list on type 1 and certain situations bring out a few from type 2.

Mom of ADHD child reviews our  My Growing Up Reward Chart: Most ADHD experts and physicians will tell you, the moment your child is diagnosed with ADHD, to start using a behavioral reward system of some sort. There’s the token system where your child earns tokens for good behavior and then can “buy” privileges.  I have tried many, many iterations of a behavioral reward system in our house since my son, Luke, was diagnosed with ADHD in late 2008. None with any success… until now...

Mom of ADHD child reviews our My Growing Up Reward Chart: Most ADHD experts and physicians will tell you, the moment your child is diagnosed with ADHD, to start using a behavioral reward system of some sort. There’s the token system where your child earns tokens for good behavior and then can “buy” privileges. I have tried many, many iterations of a behavioral reward system in our house since my son, Luke, was diagnosed with ADHD in late 2008. None with any success… until now...

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