All posts in executive functioning

Make it bite-sized: organization that works with ADHD

[This article was first published as a guest post on another website in 2010 but the site is no longer online.] It’s no secret that organization is a huge challenge for those with ADHD. Add in the immaturity, laziness, and […]

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Time Timer Review: Time to Teach Independence

WHAT: Time Timer 3" DOES: provides a visual and spatial representation of elapsed time; 3-inch model is great for individual use at home or at school (or at work for the More...

FoundIt! A Safety Net for Executive Functioning Deficits

Let's face it, individuals with ADHD have a higher tendency to loose things. It comes from the deficit in planning and organization abilities, or Executive Functioning skills. The executive functions all More...

Classroom Strategies Series from My Attention Coach: #2 Organizing the Student with ADHD

Welcome back to Classroom Strategies from My Attention Coach. This post focuses on organization strategies that teachers can use to help the student with ADHD succeed. Customization I love it when More...

ADHD has us in irons, but I’m still fighting to turn around and find our tail wind.

I learned an interesting sailing term recently -- "in irons." When you are in irons, you are sailing against the wind so directly that the boat stalls and 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...

How do we know good choices from bad when parenting a child with ADHD?

  I live in search mode these days, ever since my son Luke, age nine, was diagnosed with ADHD in 2008. I am searching for the medication, therapy, classroom More...

Guest Post: What is Executive Functioning and How Does It Relate to ADHD?

{Today's article was contributed by The Edge Foundation.} If do much reading about ADHD sooner or later you are going to come across the term “executive function” and wonder More...

Executive Functioning Deficits and ADHD: Products that may help in the classroom

My fourth grade son, Luke, has pretty severe ADHD. Not only is he hyperactive and inattentive, but he struggles immensely with Executive Functioning deficits. This combination (coupled with More...

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