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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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Product Review: Night Time Relief with the Good Night, Sleep Tight chart.

Sleep troubles are no stranger to our home. So, when Penny asked me if I wanted to review the Good Night, Sleep Tight chart from www.VictoriaChartCompany.com I said More...

There’s no such thing as an “ADHD child”

Thanks to fellow blogger and co-contributor here at {a Mom's View of ADHD}, Kelly Miller, I have a keen sense of how I convey my son, Ricochet, and More...

Must Love Dogs

The following is adapated and reprinted from The Clark Kent Chronicles, with permission from SkipJack Publishing: I wish I could say my son loved and related to animals, but I More...

How disabled is disabled enough?

I have been physically disabled since I was born. Those friends that are reading this and have known me my whole life might say, "whaaa?". I sure didn't 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...

Here’s to Not Catching Our Hair on Fire

I don't know where to start in my book review of Stacey Turis' Here's to Not Catching Our Hair on Fire, An abseent-minded tale of life with Giftedness More...

a mom’s view of {the power of ritual} : letting go of hurt and anger while parenting a child with special needs

A few days ago I heard a woman who works as a paraprofessional in an elementary school special ed classroom totally dis the mother of two boys with More...

Classroom Strategies Series from My Attention Coach: #4 Involve the Student

Self-Advocating Skills I know that advocating is very familiar to parents of students with ADHD and other challenges around learning. I also encourage teachers, school social workers and school More...

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