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·Tools and recommendations for supporting your children with ADHD.
Last updated 9 weeks ago
The Ultimate Guide To Building A Calming Corner And Using Time-Ins At Home
Time-ins help children learn how to manage their feelings in a safe space, practicing social and emotional skills when they are calm so they can effectively use them when they are not. Time-ins reinforce attachment and connection, reinforcing skills children will have and use for a lifetime including self-awareness, empathy, conflict resolution, and problem-solving.
The Brain Building Book
Helping kids understand their testing results is tricky. Explaining the results of an assessment to children can be an empowering, life-changing event. However, when I first started having feedback sessions with young students, they often left my office with eyes glazed over, overwhelmed, and focused on the negative - not ideal!
A guide for busy parents to help your child
Listening, communication and relationship skills to build better friendships Navigating transitions, boundaries and trying new things Managing big feelings, like meltdowns, mood swings, overwhelm & more Developing focus to do what we ask (like schoolwork!) instead of resisting or complaining Being more confident & less sensitive or anxious
How to Invest In Your Child's "Emotional Bank Account"
Children with ADHD get lots of negative feedback at school. Their self-esteem is battered as early as second grade. As a parent or teacher, you can help prevent this by believing in and encouraging the child, reframing negative thoughts about him or her, and accommodating academic needs.