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Simplify Your Household and ADD
A simpler life makes it easier to have a great life with ADD. Take the ideas from this article and organize the parts of your life that take up your precious time. Use your ADD/ADHD problem solving skills, energy, creativity and style to build your simpler life.
Sleep Improves Functioning and ADD
Building established routines, to help your child to get adequate sleep, is more than a way to end the day’s activities. These routines are essential to your child’s daily functioning. They assist him in getting enough sleep to deal with what comes his way during the day and help him build success.
Sleep Problems and ADD
Parents of teens with ADD often worry that their teens are not getting enough rest. It turns out that they are right. Recent research tells how teens with ADD struggle to get quality sleep. Up to half of teens with Attention Deficit Disorder have various sleep disorders. Find out how you can help!
Sluggish Cognitive Tempo and ADD
Have you heard of the Sluggish Type of ADD? What is Sluggish Cognitive Tempo, and is it really a subset of Attention Deficit Disorder?
Social Networks for Children with ADD
A child who has a lot of friends to socialize with is blessed, indeed! What if your child is lonely and isolated? What do you do? Maybe it's time to consider helping them build a natural social network. This article tells how to do this.
Social Rules for Kids Book Review
When it comes to teaching young teens about social rules, it doesn't get any better than this! Social Rules for Kids, by Susan Diamond, tells 100 important social rules that kids need to succeed. Then, she gives a solid method for achieving success in learning the rules and putting them into action
Start Homeschooling by Tina Razzell Book Review
Many children with Attention Deficit Disorder have problems in school. Parents want an alternative, but worry about homeschooling. If you are considering homeschooling your child who has ADD, read Tina Razzell’s excellent book, Start Homeschooling – Great Education with Your Child at Home.
Starting a New Year with ADD
There's something alluring about a new year. It stretches before us, shiny and fresh, filled with possibilities. With Attention Deficit Disorder, you must do some planning and take the time to put strategies in place, or the New Year will give you the same types of experiences that the old one did.
Stimulants Help Delay Rewards with ADD
Parents and teachers know that a potent reward can help a child with Attention Deficit Disorder to have better focus. Adults with ADD often learn to reward themselves to help focus. A study suggests that methylphenidate might help people with ADD to delay small, immediate rewards for larger ones.
Structure Improves ADD Symptoms
When a person has Attention Deficit Disorder, it is easy for life to devolve into chaos if you don’t have structure. Creative, out-of-the-box problem solving that living with ADD confers on each of us allows us to have the skills to improve our lives by creatively adding structure.
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