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a mom’s book review {of a rad new book for teens & young adults with ADHD} ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild, by Jonathan Chesner

Free Spirit Publishing’s latest release, ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild is—by far—the coolest book about ADHD in existence. It’s so “melting your face off with the flames of awesomeness” cool, that I can’t imagine a cooler book coming along […]

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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...

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...

Mosaic Weighted Blanket for sensory-seekers and creating calm

My son Luke, age nine, has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) among his many other diagnosis, including ADHD. He is a sensory-seeker most often, occasionally a sensory-avoider. Since he was three 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...

Tegu Mobility: The Real-Life Benefits of Make Believe Play

  Blocks connected by hidden magnets.  The wheels just snap on by magnetic force -making virtually anything mobile.  (photo courtesy: Tegu) WHAT: Tegu Mobility Line  DOES:  newest addition to Tegu blocks (see More...

Product Review: Move Stool provides sensory input to assist with focus

We talked this week about how movement, fidgeting, is scientifically proven to help focus. Longtime ADHD researcher Dr. Mark Rapport, believes movement is a key component in the ability More...

Toy Review: Beyblades have social and educational benefits

WHAT: Beyblades DOES: Game of metal spinning tops launched to spin and bump into other tops. Last top spinning wins. INVEST: $8 + more for related products TOOLS: Social Scene Helper, More...

Pajaggle: A Review

I was asked by Help! S-O-S for Parents to be part of a team to review Pajaggle, a new game for ages 3 up. To access all reviews, More...

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