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The Hidden Curriculum and ADD
Social rules are often unstated. People learn them by observation as small children. What happens if you don’t learn them? People who don’t learn these rules have all areas of their lives impacted by negative interactions with others. Learn what the “hidden curriculum” is and how it can be taught.

The Hidden Curriculum Revised and Expanded Review
Some teens and young adults seem to know what to do in social situations; others seem clueless about social events. The Hidden Curriculum for Understanding Unstated Rules in Social Situations for Adolescents and Young Adults by Myles, Trautman, and Schelvan gives guidance for social interactions.

The National Resource Center on ADHD Review
Where do you go to get the facts about Attention Deficit Disorder? BellaOnline's ADD site provides a personal perspective.The National Resource Center on ADHD is a comprehensive and easily accessible collection of information about ADD/ADHD. It is the BellaOnline ADD Website of the Month.

The One-Minute Organizer Book Review
On a scale of 1-10, with a perfect 10 meaning really organized, where are you on the scale? The One-Minute Organizer by Donna Smallin will help you trend closer to the 10 than the 1! With over 200 pages of easy-to-read tips, this is a must-read for anybody who wants to organize their life and space.

The Value of Companion Animals and ADD
If your family's lifestyle allows for pet ownership, consider adding a companion animal to your family. These furry family members need the dedication and resources to enjoy a "forever family." When you have a child with ADD, a companion animal, can mean the world to that child.

The VOICES Study and Attention Deficit Disorder
What do adults ask kids with ADD/ADHD about their condition? Questions center around the possible side effects of medication. The VOICES Study suggests that parents, schools, and medical professionals would help the children more by teaching them about how this condition affects the child's life.

Time Saving Pumpkin Muffins and ADD
Tasty food is one of life’s joys. The only thing that I like better than food that tastes great is something that makes my life easier. Our family has several foods, like these pumpkin muffins, that help calm the chaos of daily life with Attention Deficit Disorder.

Tips for Mastering a To Do List with ADD
If you love a to-do list, or you would like to love a to-do list, here are some ways that you can achieve mastery of your list. With Attention Deficit Disorder, there is a tendency to drift. A to-do list can help a person be more productive and have more time to enjoy their passions in life.

Treating Mothers for ADD
Women with undiagnosed ADD may have trouble with organization, impulsivity, distraction, and inattention. Often their symptoms are diagnosed as depression and treated with antidepressants. Getting ADD treatment for women who are mothers of children with ADD may improve the outcomes for the family.

Triple Bean Chili Recipe for ADD
Folks with ADD/ADHD are helped by eating a diet that has high-quality protein, complex carbohydrates, good fat, veggies, no food colorings, or preservatives. My Triple Bean Turkey Chili Recipe hits all of these criteria, plus it is easy to make. It's as simple as 1-2-3! A child could make my chili.

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