All posts in alternative treatment

Home Again: Clark Kent Goes To College

My college-age son, Clark Kent, has ADHD and Asperger’s. Many of you know him from The Clark Kent Chronicles, which I’ve shared a few of in ADDitude Magazine and here over the years. Some of you have even wondered how […]

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Guest post: “Unattended Children Will Be Given Espresso and a Free Puppy””

I will never forget taking our first family vacation shortly after my son started taking his medication. It as just a quick weekend trip to Pennsylvania Dutch Country More...

Homeschooling & ADHD/Other Special Needs : What Type of Homeschooling Works Best?

If you’re reading this you’re either curious about homeschooling because you think it will help your child, actively homeschooling and looking for tips, or Googling in desperation because More...

Rebel, with or without a cause: natural health & wellness treatment alternatives

Oh what a difference a month makes! When I posted on our foray into natural health and wellness alternatives for our teenage son – an ADHD/Asperger’s young man affectionately More...

Keep looking out the windshield

"I AM NOT GOING TO SCHOOL! I AM NOT GETTING DRESSED BECAUSE I'M NOT GOING TO SCHOOL! YOU CAN'T MAKE ME!" "Well, I have to turn off the T.V. More...

Guest Post: Fidgeting Helps Kids Stay Focused

Ever tried to do two or more things at once? Like doing homework and listening to music? Or listening to a presentation and doodling while you take notes? Those More...

Taking the Integrative Medicine Approach to Treating ADHD

When my 8 year-old son, Luke, was diagnosed with ADHD in November 2008, I started educating myself on ADHD with all the basic "first-line" books recommended by our More...

GUEST POST: How to find a qualified neurofeedback practitioner by Deborah Stokes, PhD, BCIA-EEG

Neurofeedback is quickly gaining recognition as a valid alternative treatment for ADHD (among other conditions). However, it's very important to be certain you are working with a qualified More...

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