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Compliance Through Empowerment: 10 easy steps to a tension-free environment

[Editor’s note: My family was fortunate enough to attend SOAR’s family weekend last May. I was so impressed with “Big John,” the Director of SOAR, as well as their entire staff. They really GET kids like ours, kids with neurological differences. This […]

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Guest blog: A Letter to My Son’s Teacher

  Dear Teacher, I have a huge amount of appreciation by what you do. Besides being a parent, there is no other job more important or more challenging. The district More...

Guest blog: His Loudest Advocate, His Biggest Fan

Today's guest blogger is Stacey, who lives in Sacramento, California. She's divorced, works in the non-profit mental health industry, and used to teach elementary school. Her story will be More...

Guest blog: A Mama’s got to do what a Mama’s got to do!

I am Amy Albers. I have a blended family with one 15 year old step son, a 4 year old son and a 3 year old daughter. I More...

Disciplining with Rewards and Punishments, by Craig B. Wiener, Ed.D.

Most ADHD therapies recommend that you change your child’s behavior by imposing a strict system of controls. The thought is that only this kind of stringent parenting will More...

Homeschooling your child with ADHD or other special needs: myths and realities

Compared to many people, I haven’t been homeschooling very long. J, my 10-year old with ADHD, learning disabilities, audio processing difficulties, developmental delays, poor short term memory, and 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...

Can Games Sharpen Your Brain? Review: ThinkFun’s Cartoon It!

I love how it works on working memory in a non-academic and playful way. photo: ThinkFun WHAT: ThinkFun's Cartoon It! Game DOES: allows you to work on your "working memory" 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...

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