ADHD and Preschoolers – Child-sized Bundles of Energy

Close your eyes and imagine. You’re at a park. You’re surrounded by children, and their screams and giggles are filling your ears. To your left, there is a boy jumping off some playground equipment. To your right, there’s a herd of children hollering as they chase after and tackle one another. In front of you, … Continue reading ADHD and Preschoolers – Child-sized Bundles of Energy

Too Much of a Good Thing: Video Game Addiction and ADHD

Video games have always been promoted as amazing sources of entertainment. But not much is said about the impact they have on a gamer’s health. Back in 1980, when the big, jumbo-sized arcade games first came out, some gamers developed Pac Man’s elbow – a tendonitis caused by spending too much time manipulating the gaming … Continue reading Too Much of a Good Thing: Video Game Addiction and ADHD

The Four Best All-Natural Ways ADHD People Can Increase Focus and Productivity

Our guest blogger, Coach Juli Shulem, has provided some really great and practical ideas for older students and adults with ADHD. If you are a parent with younger children with ADHD, use these tips to help you to coach your children in developing good strategies to stay focused and productive. By Coach Juli Shulem, CPC, … Continue reading The Four Best All-Natural Ways ADHD People Can Increase Focus and Productivity

Keeping Things Positive with the Premack Principle!

By Krista Forand, M.Ed. Many parents (those who have children with ADHD and those who do not) look for strategies to get their child to complete chores, finish homework or complete some other undesirable boring task that the child does not particularly enjoy. As a psychologist, I have come to understand, based on the vast … Continue reading Keeping Things Positive with the Premack Principle!