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Internet Safety and Kids with ADD
Many parents are uncomfortable about limiting their child’s computer freedoms. Hopefully, you already have computer rules in place to protect your child with ADD. Here are a group of policies that I feel are important to help keep your child internet-safe.
Involuntary Tics with ADD
Involuntary tics, also just known as tics, occur with a number of conditions, including Attention Deficit Disorder. Tics are repetitive in nature. Who gets tics and how are they caused? When do people have tics? What types of tics are there? People have these and many more questions about tics.
Is ADD Over or Under Diagnosed?
A ten-year study funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked whether Attention Deficit Disorder was over-diagnosed or under-diagnosed. What do you think? Here's what the study found!
Journal Writing and Attention Deficit Disorder
Writing a journal is a worthwhile activity in itself. As a tool for helping me live a good life with Attention Deficit Disorder, it is valuable.
Keeping a Job with Attention Deficit Disorder
For people who wrestle with Attention Deficit Disorder, finding a job that you love is a first step in staying gainfully employed. Also, take control of your environment! Having the right atmosphere, organization, attitude toward meetings, and interpersonal skills are all crucial to keeping a job.
Keeping a Relationship Fresh with ADD
Especially when one or both partners have Attention Deficit Disorder, keeping the relationship fresh can be a challenge! It is a lot of hard work, but anything that is worth having does take time and effort. Here are tips that I have found helpful for building a lasting adult relationship.
Kids with ADD and Simple Tips for Better Holidays
Holidays can be wonderful, but they are inherently stressful, especially if you have children with ADD. Keeping a good schedule for the youngsters with ADD is important. Here are simple tips for making the holidays better for everybody.
Kids with ADD Need Positive Reinforcement
Research published in the journal Behavioral and Brain Functions in 2015 suggests that positive reinforcement actually works better than criticism to provide motivation for the child with ADD/ADHD. It seems that children with ADD are more influenced by external reinforcers than kids without ADD.
Kids' Vision Problems and ADD
A new study from researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham was published in Optometry and Vision Science. This study showed a link between Attention Deficit Disorder and vision problems that are not corrected by glasses or contact lenses, which included lazy eye and color blindness.
Kindle Review-A Device for Adults with ADD
Would you like to save space in your home? The Kindle Fire can take on so many electronic roles, such as streaming video, storing and playing music, and surfing the net. Store over 1,000 books in a Kindle and reduce the clutter around your home. One device does so much in a small amount of space!
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