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What a difference the {right} teacher makes.

It’s no secret this has been the worst school year for Luke. The worst. Nope, I take that back. The second worst. I think Kindergarten still holds the title of worst. Anyhow, this year has been extra bad. He started […]

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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...

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...

GIVEAWAY: Telephones That Tackle Reading and Social Skills

WHY: Sigh...studies show about HALF of children with ADHD present with a reading disability. Click here for full Pediatrics article WHAT: Whisperphone Duet DOES: choral reading is engaging and helps you remember what you've read; helps you More...

The Song of the ADHD Househusband

Beep beep BEEEEP - 4:30 AM Out of bed, half-awake at most Hit the shower, hit the kitchen, Make coffee, oatmeal, eggs and toast Wife to work, out the door in rain, I get daughter More...

Fast Kids Need Fast Pencils: A Simple New Year’s Resolution

  Smoother writing means faster writing (and drawing) and less tired hands WHAT: Bazic Pencils #2B DOES: Let's you write more smoothly, less tiring to your hand, good for drawing too INVEST: $4- $5 for More...

Guest Post: Helping Our Children Navigate Activities

by Kim Stricker Like clockwork, when my ADHD son is confronted with a problem he doesn’t know how to solve, he quits in frustration. Well, often he just says More...

Shut up, Clark

His positives come to mind quickly:  he is creative, passionate, and funny.  For every "negative" trait associated with ADHD,there is a corresponding trait of awesomeness to celebrate during More...

Product Review: HowdaHUG Chair Fantastic for Sensory Seeking Kids

Let me just first warn you, this is going to be a gushing review. I {heart} this chair and what it has done for Luke, my fourth-grade son More...

creating calm: what our occupational therapist taught us to help with ADHD

{Reposted and updated from 2009 as part of the Best of the Best on SOS Research Blog.}  I think I've said this before, but I'll say it again... I More...

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