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What can an ADHD Coach Do for Me?

ADHD Coaching for Children and Teens: Self-Esteem and Success After the diagnosis of ADHD comes the decision of treatment. Parents face the medication decision but unfortunately, realize as the child grows that it is not the only area of an ADHD treatment plan. ADHD is such a complicated medical diagnosis that has with it so many areas...

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5 Things Really Great Teachers Do

At this point, you may be tired of me talking about all my bad experiences at school and all my stories about teachers that misunderstood me and punished me instead of actually making an effort to make my educational experience a bit better. Believe it or not, there actually are some teachers out there that aren't too bad when it...

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How Video Games Help Kids with ADHD

If you're anything like me, you've probably had your parents hover over you, asking you to quit playing your video games. But you just say: "please, one last game." The thing is, what people don't get sometimes is that for a kid with ADHD, video games can actually be really valuable. This probably seems like I'm making up excuses so...

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Seven things for building and ADHD friendlier classroom

Believe it or not us ADHD'ers can be comfortable and productive in your classroom. We just need to make a few easy  tweaks and everyone will be way happier. I even mentioned some of my tips for teachers during the pandemic. Here are six things for teachers to know for building a classroom that supports students with ADHD. Freedom...

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The Challenges of Going Back to School in a Pandemic

It's almost November. We're already in the middle of term one. School for ADHD kids can be a little bit of a gamble. You never know which teachers you'll end up with and whether they'll be understanding and actually be helpful. When I was in school, sometimes my classes would be all messed up. On top of that, some of the...

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Guest Post: Letter to a Teacher

Guest Post: Letter to a Teacher

I got this message on the ADHD Kids Rock Facebook page a few years ago and thought that it was worth sharing: Got my son's school report today. One of the comments made by his teacher was disgusting. So, we wrote to the principal. Happy to share this if it encourages other parents that it's OK to advocate for your ADHD...

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Organized!: A guest Post from the Forum

One of our readers shared some of their tips on our forum on getting their ADHD brain organized! (posted 29 June 2015 ) A List of Things That Help Post-it notes every where Calendars with enough space to write my whole day out, then keeping it right beside my bed on my nightstand, glancing at it more than ten times a...

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Helicopter Parenting a Kid with ADHD

Do you find yourself overly involved in your kid's hobbies? Do you ask too many questions about their friends? Are you always "hovering" over their shoulder as they do their homework? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this may just be a case of helicopter parenting. What is helicopter parenting? Here's the thing. We all...

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Hobbies Should Matter to ADHD Kids

Who doesn't like a movie about the reincarnation of a Chinese warrior saving the world from an evil villain? The movie Wendy Wu Homecoming Warrior got me hooked on taking karate lessons. I was so obsessed that I pleaded with my mom for months to let me take karate. That was over 5 years ago, and now I'm working toward my first...

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Spending Recess Being Punished

When I was in grade 5, I spent a lot of my recess time inside because I was always getting in trouble for the most trivial things. Missed Opportunities Since I had less time playing outside at recess, it was really hard for me to be a kid, make friends and build on my soft skills. I think this is why I had a harder time...

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No mom, I didn't brush my teeth.

No mom, I didn't brush my teeth.

Simply put, there are a million other things racing through my brain in the morning. Like what am I having for breakfast or where did I put my house keys?

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To mom on mothers Day

To mom on mothers Day

It's not fair that us kids get 364 days of the year while moms only get one. Today I want to say "Happy Mother's Day" to all the amazing moms who do so much for their kids like me with ADHD, especially of course my mom.

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New resource for teachers

One of the best resources for teachers is Jeff's ABC's of ADHD for Teachers.  ...

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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)

CHADD - The National Resource on ADHD (USA)

A national resource where you can receive an individualized response from a Health Information Specialist knowledgeable in the full range of issues concerning ADHD.

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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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