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Freaky Friday

Sometimes, as a silly conversation starter, people will ask what super power you would want if you could have any super power.  The ability to fly? The ability to become invisible? I’m going to reveal my age with this but […]

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Back to School Night

For many people back to school time is a time of great opportunity.  Kids have grown up over the summer and there are new possibilities and new achievements More...

Things That I Learned About Being A Teacher Now that I’m a Parent

Attendance is overrated.    As a teacher I was always a big believer in good attendance.  And don’t get me wrong, I still believe.  But my son works More...

When Is He Allowed To Just Be A Kid?

My son needs and receives a fair amount of help.  He needs interventions that could make a major difference for him in his life.  And I know that More...

The Other Side of the Table

Before becoming a parent, I was a teacher and administrator for many years. During that time I taught everything from kindergarten to fifth grade.  I worked with various More...

The 3 R’s of Parenting a Child with ADHD, by Jim Forgan, PhD

Today's article is brought to us by Jim Forgan, PhD,  a licensed school psychologist in Jupiter, FL, and author of the book Raising Boys with ADHD. As I read More...

ADHD medication provides clarity like eyeglasses

Your child comes home from school one day and explains that he can no longer see what his teacher is writing on the board. You immediately make an More...

New Support for Parents of Children with ADHD Available in Free Care Package

Mothers of children with ADHD are often stressed-out, overwhelmed, overworked, tired and under-nurtured for good reason. The National Institute of Mental Health identifies a host of disorders that More...

Tips for Teachers From a Child with ADHD’s Perspective

I recently received my K-6 teaching license, and I have been observing in classrooms and applying for teaching jobs. I've been thinking a lot about the kind of More...

Being the Queen of Spades and Parenting a Child with ADHD

One of our family's favorite card games is Hearts. I learned this game from my dad when I was a little girl. After every holiday dinner, generations of More...

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