BEHAVIOR Create a stable environment and routines. The more consistent your home and your demands on your child the more likely they will be able to meet expectations. Plan a variety of different activities Avoid boredom Teach your child what ADHD/ADHD is and what it is not It is not an … [Read more...] about ADHD Management Strategies for Children
WHY Working with students while they are still developing study and work habits allows them to understand how they learn and the most effective strategies for them to attack issues that they face. By helping a student improve their study and work skills a coach can help them to increase their … [Read more...] about ADHD Coaching for Kids: The 6 W’s
Negative Traits Easily distracted Fails to give close attention to detail. Does not appear to listen … [Read more...] about ADHD: A Lot of it is GOOD!
Organize for reasons that matter to you, not because someone told you to. Set realistic goals — don’t try to do everything at once. Break up large tasks into smaller ones. Keep a to-do list & put it in a highly visible place. … [Read more...] about 12 Tips To Help You Get Organized
Be aware of how you work best -- some people need to have music or other background noise when they try to focus on a task, others may need the room distraction free. Use multiple senses when working on something…for example, when trying to read something, add the sense of touch by playing with a … [Read more...] about 10 ADHD Management Strategies for Adults
Using a to-do list will help you to increase your productivity, allow you to prioritize and focus on the tasks you wish to accomplish and give you the space to decide what you really want to do and when you want to do it. A to-do list is not a dumping ground for ideas and large projects. It is a … [Read more...] about To-Do Lists That Work