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Guest post: Diagnosis: Relief or Despair?

Kim is a stay at home mom to two boys.  She came to parenthood through adoption and was a teacher and school administrator before taking the plunge to stay home full time.   She lives in New Jersey. We’ve known […]

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Guest blog: A Mama’s got to do what a Mama’s got to do!

I am Amy Albers. I have a blended family with one 15 year old step son, a 4 year old son and a 3 year old daughter. I 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...

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...

A Mother Knows

I knew. I knew but I didn't know. I knew but I didn't want to know. I knew my son, "Clark Kent the ADHD WonderKid," wasn't like most More...

Surviving mornings with a child with ADHD

Mornings are a bear. Excuse me. My child, who has ADHD and SPD, acts like a bear most mornings, dare I say a monster some days. "The school morning More...

Signals your child might have ADHD and/or Learning Disorder(s)

We heard so many signals from teachers, friends and family that went unnoticed before my son, Luke, was diagnosed with ADHD in first grade three years ago. I 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...

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...

Self-awareness in a child with ADHD is a relief and so helpful

I have been hearing about self-awareness and self-regulation and how important it is for ADHD management for some time now. Our therapist has been wanting to implement self-regulation More...

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