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Can A Great Neighborhood Cure All That Ails Me?

School will possibly be a difficult place for my son someday.  He is still young enough that the kids don’t notice that he gets pulled out for all academic subjects or that he goes to the school nurse every day […]

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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...

My Growing Up Chart: Finally, a behavior chart that might work for a kid with ADHD

Most ADHD experts and physicians will tell you, the moment your child is diagnosed with ADHD, to start using a behavioral reward system of some sort. There's the More...

A chance for kids with ADHD and LDs to experience sameness!

This sign is posted by the road as you drive into Camp SOAR. Brought a tear to my eyes. Have you ever wished that your special needs child could More...

The Village (You are NOT alone)

There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of people who are involved in my child’s life. At the same time I think it’s really easy to feel isolated More...

The Cycle

He's a live wire. An exposed nerve. Raw and throbbing. I'm talking about my 11 year old, Javier. My big kid with expressive eyes the color of molten chocolate More...

What’s Really on Their Minds? A Child’s Perspective on Having ADHD

My son, Connor, has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and type 1 diabetes. He was diagnosed with diabetes when he was 5 and with ADHD when he was More...

When Invisible Disabilities Aren’t

I embrace the term “invisible” disabilities to describe our kids with ADHD, and other mental health conditions, developmental disabilities, or behavior disorders that are manifested through internal stuggles More...

It is love, actually.

It's all we need, right? Love. Love. Love. We just made it through another Valentine's Day, where a young boy's heart naturally turns to, what? Love, right? Well, sort of. Theoretically. For More...

Liar, Liar, Brain on Fire!

“I’m concerned that you are possibly misrepresenting yourself,” the soft-spoken, middle aged woman said, “Or at the least, you’re exaggerating some small problem of yours for dramatic effect.” More...

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