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ADHD & Thanksgiving Preparations. Plus Plan Your Play Attention

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[caption id="attachment_577" align="alignnone" width="300"] Tips for the Thanksgiving TableMake the Thanksgiving table special!Holiday excitement can make it difficult for your ADHD child to adjust his/her behavior. This is a great opportunity to provide your child with some special responsibilities. Make setting the dinner table your child's Thanksgiving job. Giving him this very important job will…

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ADHD, Daylight Savings Time, & Sleep Problems

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“I can't shut off my mind so I can fall asleep!” Sound familiar? Now that we have “fallen back” to daylight savings time, many adults with ADHD are experiencing a disruption in their ‘circadian rhythm.’ The most common connotation to ‘circadian rhythm’ is something we all need more of: sleep. For many adults with ADHD, disrupted…

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ADHD Does Not Have to be Scary!

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ADHD Does Not Have to be Scary! Halloween is an exciting time for all children, but your ADHD child may seem a bit overly excited during this time. The costumes, the change of schedule, the candy, and parties can all add up to over excitement, less sleep, and more impulsive behaviors. Make certain to take…

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Tips for ADHD

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Tips for Parents We know family management can be challenging, especially when you or your children struggle with ADHD.  Below you will find some helpful tips to assist you with the day to day.  Also check out Nanny's Circle, our complete family management app.  Give Nanny 20 minutes a week, and she'll take care of…

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Symptoms of ADHD

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Does your child have symptoms of ADHD?  The symptoms tend to be noticed at an early age and become more obvious when a child's circumstances change, such as when they start school.  Most cases are diagnosed when children are between six and 12 years old...many children go through phases of being restless or inattentive and…

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Homework Center

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Do you send your child to his room to do homework?  Is the room so full of distractions that it is impossible for him to stay on task?  Is your child constantly wasting time before homework because he cannot find the materials he needs?  Your solution: Create a special homework center with your child and…

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The Correlation between Self-Image and Academic Performance

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Is poor self-image affecting your ADHD child’s academic performance? With the hustle and bustle of getting ready for back to school; filling those backpacks with school supplies, buying new clothes, making lunches, scheduling necessary pickups and drop-offs, we often forget the emotional feelings our ADHD child experiences when beginning the new school year. Poor self-image…

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Nanny’s eNewsletter

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You will receive a weekly eNewsletter with Nanny's family tips and management strategies.  Nanny is always here for you to make your daily routines fun and effective!  Register below and also make certain to follow Nanny on Facebook and Twitter to receive that helpful tip of the day!   Click here to register

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Back to School Tip – Meet the New Teacher!

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Meet the New Teacher! Your child is nervous about the first day of school. It’s normal and natural. We all want to establish a good relationship right from day one. It’s important that both you and your child have a positive relationship with the teacher. It’s a good idea to ask your child’s teacher if…

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