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ADHD – Friendship Destroyer?

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Social skills and building relationships can be a challenge for children and adults with ADHD. Issues with social skills usually stem from the inability to pay attention to social cues that others take for granted. They also are challenged with impulsivity that leads to a multitude of difficulties from hurting someone’s feelings unintentionally to acting…

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IEP & 504 Plans. Does my child qualify?

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Understanding the IEP & 504 Plans Does your child qualify? When it comes to getting the right classroom accommodations for your child, there is a sea of information. It can be an intimidating and confusing process for parents. If your child is struggling in the classroom, they may qualify for accommodations. Students with one of…

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Childhood Aggression Linked to Poor Executive Function

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Childhood Aggression Linked to Deficits in Executive Function You may have heard it from teachers and counselors, "Your child has ADHD and weak Executive Function." Executive Function is a term used to explain brain processes needed to plan, prioritize, and organize. Executive Function helps us avoid procrastination, make good decisions by avoiding impulsive behaviors, and…

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Healthy Breakfast for the Brain.

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Healthy Breakfast for the Brain! “If you don’t eat properly, you can become distracted, impulsive, and restless,” says Ned Hallowell, M.D. We have all heard it many times - Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This is especially true for people with ADHD. “If you don’t eat properly, you can become distracted,…

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