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So your child’s been diagnosed with ADHD: The Next 90 days…

Spruce Kids is pleased to have the opportunity to participate as an ADHD consultant.  Today is our first post and we’ve decided to share our insight on what happens after diagnosis – the first 90 days.  We hope you will find […]

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Guest Post: Behavior Plans/Contracts for ADHD at School

by Anna Fambrough Behavior plans, or behavior contracts, are an invaluable tool for both teachers and parents. Over the past 2-3 years, we’ve had various experiences with them from More...

Book Review: A puppy called Aero, How a Labrador Saved a Boy with ADHD

guest post by Tegan Whalan Tegan Whalan is a dog enthusiast from South Australia. Tegan is trained as a middle-school teacher, though is currently employed as coordinator of a school-based More...

Weekly Roundup: News and Resources on ADHD 3/19-3/25/11

NEWSGiants' Andres Torres takes a run at ADHDSan Jose Mercury NewsTorres spent his offseason fanatically working out, but also working on a documentary that focuses on his past struggles More...

Operation Hydration: How to Combat Dehydration (& the Tics It Causes)

Hard blinking. Throat clearing. Face stretching. Over and over again. Those were the main issues I discussed with my son's ADHD care team at his last check up. I More...

PRODUCT REVIEW: Progress Cards help Children Identify and Practice Skills

Elementary School Counselor and former circus entertainer {yes, really!}, Scott Ertl, created Progress Cards in 2002 as a way to record effective strategies for specific behaviors and issues, and More...

The Right Stuff: The Clark Chronicles

Artwork by Alayah Frazier: That Boy My 15-year old ADHD son Clark has many of the raw materials for great success later in life: brains, looks, a wicked sense More...

why we need labels

You must define a problem first if you hope to solve it. You can make a list of the characteristics of the problem and then address each in More...

Taking my child off his ADHD medications / Am I a glutton for punishment?

Let’s get one thing straight: I am PRO medication for ADHD. To be more specific, I am PRO anything that works for my ADHD child, and medication seems More...

new ADHD/Learning Disabilities discoveries

I've been adding lots of links to the sidebar and new blogs to my blogroll as I discover them. It just occurred to me that you won't know More...

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