All posts in executive functioning

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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Review: Magic Aprons: Improving The Most Important Life Skill

COOK-OUT with the Kids this Labor Day Weekend! WHAT: doodle aprons (Adult Size and Child Size) by doodle by Stitch INVENTOR: Chrissie Probert Jones DOES: can be the start of some More...

Review and Giveaway: The MotivAider: What Walking the Walk Did For This ADHD Momma

WHAT:  MotivAider DOES:  simple tool can be worn on your person and send you reminders via vibrations at a timed interval of your choice; single-function gadgets can be very More...

So we let our ADHD teen fail. NOW WHAT??

  Last we checked on my ADHD/Aspie son “Clark Kent,” he was living up to his nickname in spectacular fashion while stubbornly clinging to the belief that he was More...

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...

Review: SmartMax- Finding Flow in Creative Play

  When SmartMax arrived at our home, my son told me, "I always wanted these." Huh? This was news to me. Maybe it is because we never went shopping More...

Review & Giveaway: Distraction Game: Test Drive Your Memory With Laughter

WHAT: Distraction by ThinkFun DOES:  work on and play around with your working memory using laughter as the motivator to challenge you and your family; discover how you best More...

New Support for Parents of Children with ADHD Available in Free Care Package

Mothers of children with ADHD are often stressed-out, overwhelmed, overworked, tired and under-nurtured for good reason. The National Institute of Mental Health identifies a host of disorders that 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...

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...

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