ADHD can make many everyday situations difficult, but which ones are the most challenging for your child? Here are some common trouble spots and simple strategies that might make things easier for you and your child.
If your child has just been diagnosed with ADHD, you might be wondering what this means for her and for your family. Following these steps can help you better understand your child and help her get the support she needs at home and at school.
The Difference Between Sensory Processing Issues and ADHD
Constantly fidgeting and squirming. Invading personal space. Melting down in public. These can be signs of both ADHD and sensory processing issues. While they’re different issues, they have some overlap and can occur together.
ADHD & Emotional Development Infographic... And I'd be remiss not to tell you that the medication I was on for 8-9 years DEPRESSED ME and that we're too quick to call ADHD purely a disability as opposed to at least partially being a different way of thinking that simply does not fit into a broken cookie-cutter education system.