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Coco Stanback, M.A.,ACG Bilingual ADHD Coach

(949) 929-5081 http://heart4kidscoaching.com/  heart4kidscoaching@gmail.com  ...

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How I'm Pushing Past the Boredom

How I'm Pushing Past the Boredom

Some of the things I used to do to try to eliminate boredom were throwing paper airplanes around the classroom, doing Origami, and just acting silly! As you would imagine that didn't work for me too well at school. I know now I don't have to freak out, but it's really hard. Here are my top strategies for dealing with boredom.

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CADDAC - Centre for ADHD Awareness (Canada)

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ADDISS - National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service (UK)

National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service

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ADDers.org - ADD/ADHD Online Information (UK)

ADD/ADHD Online Information (UK)

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NCLD - National Center for Learning Disabilities (USA)

National Center for Learning Disabilities (USA)

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ADHD-Europe (Europe)

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CHADD - The National Resource on ADHD (USA)

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ADHD CoachConnect

Work with teens, ages 12 and up, and adults in helping them unleash their strengths, find acceptance in their unique brain wiring and strategize for success, in academics and life! Columbus, OH ADHD CoachConnect judy@adhdcoachconnect.com www.adhdcoachconnect.com (614) 804-6706...

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ADHD Coaching Advantage

I'm a certified ADHD Coach offering individual and group coaching services to children, parents, teens and adults. My previous work experiences and background is a mixture of corporate sales and marketing and public education. However, having ADHD myself and living with an ADHD teen and non-ADHD spouse is my living experience!...

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ATXLifeCoaching

ADHD Coach, passionate about helping to create unique systems and solutions to help families affected by ADHD live happier, healthier and easier lives

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Laurie Dupar

Coaching for ADHD

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ADDadvocate, LLC

I coach families, teens, and college students. I also am an advocate for families who need school support. Without adequate support, coaching is not effective. 21 Coates Rd., Medford, NJ 08055 Karen K Lowry, R.N.,BCC Karen@addadvocates.com www.addadvocates.com (609)-760-1971...

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10 Things Parents Need to Know about ADHD Kids

10 Things Parents Need to Know about ADHD Kids

Here are 10 Things I think parents need to know so that they can actually help their kids with ADHD and support them. Don't worry about spoiling us, we need all the help we can get.

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#ADHDKidsRock Turns 1 - A Look at Our Year

#ADHDKidsRock Turns 1 - A Look at Our Year

One year ago today I officially launched ADHD Kids Rock! WOW... I can hardly believe how much has happened over the past 12 months.

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It's #BackToTheFutureDay: Here's My Message to my 12 Year Old ADHD Nerd Self

It's #BackToTheFutureDay: Here's My Message to my 12 Year Old ADHD Nerd Self

But when it comes to being 12, on this planet, not much has changed. And when you were ADHD like I was, it was a bit harder, a bit more awkward.

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Kids with Dysgraphia and ADHD

Kids with Dysgraphia and ADHD

Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects writing abilities. Here's my story of living with it and what I've learned to do about it. Be sure to share your strategies for dealing with Dysgraphia and ADHD in the comments at the bottom of the post.

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Telling my teachers I have ADHD

Telling my teachers I have ADHD

I want to get off to a good start this at school so I'm telling my teachers I have ADHD myself instead of my mom talking to them. Here's the note I wrote them -- maybe you can make your own version to explain your strengths and weaknesses to your teacher.

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The one binder rule

The one binder rule

I have an ADHD strategy to keep me on track at school called the ONE binder rule. It is my rule for staying organized.

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Going to College at Wayfinding Academy

Going to College at Wayfinding Academy

Students will be supported in discovering their own personal interests and learning in the way they learn best.

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My Interview with #CBC Radio Early Edition

My Interview with #CBC Radio Early Edition

A few days ago, I was interviewed by the #CBC Early Edition radio show. In case you missed it, here's the link.

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Mulligans and Negativity when you have ADHD

Mulligans and Negativity when you have ADHD

I don’t know about your ADHD brain, but when I make a mistake—mess up my schedule, lose my keys, lock myself out of the car—it’s like these demonic little urchins start a chorus of “Ryan’s an idiot!” in my head. And they don’t let up. I’ll ruminate on that mistake for a long time. My ADHD just locks on the...

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Grrr... so many misconceptions about ADHD!

Grrr... so many misconceptions about ADHD!

Don't get me wrong, I can use all the help I can get and I honestly appreciate your good intentions. It just that when you plan things without even asking me what I think, you are hurting me more than helping.

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ADHD Question of the Week

ADHD Question of the Week

Real Answers from Real People who Live with ADHD

We're getting a lot of great questions and answers about ADHD on our Facebook Page and ADHDKidsRock.com blog. From how to parent us kids with ADHD to how to teach us, and support us -- our community is full of great people sharing what they are going through.

Let's make this a regular thing that people can count on from our site. I'm setting up a Question of the Week Post on Facebook and need you -- all of you who are reading this -- to help me come up with the best questions about living with ADHD. I think this could be big -- maybe we can even pull all these great ideas together and make a book that will help even more kids and families. Like "real" answers not some dumb things experts think works for us.

I would especially like questions from kids that are younger than me so I can share some of the things that have helped me. Post your questions here and let's get started!

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Develop Rituals

Develop Rituals

But rituals are simply symbolic systems created to produce the same result. And these rituals, these once-in-a-while habits will save our bacon every time -- and they are easy to create once we recognize the need. I'm working on using rituals for traveling, making friends, going to sleep and more. Where could rituals work in your life?

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My Best ADD/ADHD Hack for a School Calendar

My Best ADD/ADHD Hack for a School Calendar

I hate managing a calendar. Dates. Times. Ugh. But I also dread that “I can’t believe I forgot it” feeling whether it’s a school test or a paper. For some reason, my A.D.D. brain just slips up, forgets and something else takes precedence. I suffered in high school hard. Like the overachiever we can quickly become, I joined the...

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Turn on your ADHD Brain for Learning

Turn on your ADHD Brain for Learning

In the last few years, school has been way better because I have been working with my parents and school district to get high school credits for doing things I am more interested in. That's right -- I said I'm getting school credit for learning things my way. And it's working. I've picked up extra classes, learned some awesome new skills, and figured out some things I'm good at. ADHD brains do great when it's something we are interested in. It's just how we are wired. Can we change the way we have to work in school for the better?

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No One’s Brain is Perfect

No One’s Brain is Perfect

We are our own worst enemies when it comes to how we view the mistakes we make due to our ADD-addled mind. Enjoy this fun guest post about the ADHD brain by Jeff's mentor, Ryan McRae.

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