When your child receives an ADHD diagnosis, you may think you understand what parenting them will look like. What happens when it doesn’t? What do you do when your child doesn’t have “typical” ADHD symptoms.
If you’re are seeing an increase in negative behaviors since the beginning of the pandemic, you are not alone. The uncertainty and change in routine has been difficult for many families
Neurodiversity is the belief that children with ADHD or Autism don’t have a learning disability. Instead they learn differently. By reframing your child’s diagnosis, we can frame their challenges as differences rather than deficits.
We can talk to our children about racism, religion, politics, sex, drugs, or social issues without it turning into heated debate. Learn how.
How kids see time is very different than how you see time. Understanding this will be so helpful when you are dealing with giving instructions.
Are you looking for solutions to parenting challenges? The behavior skills of the Teaching-Family Model taught in this podcast are the solutions to your parenting needs!