Utilizing The Garden To Support Your Child With ADHD

Utilizing The Garden To Support Your Child With ADHD

ADHD garden As the parent of a child with ADHD, adapting the home to meet their unique needs is vital. While a winning bedroom, lounge, and space to relax are all vital, there is another area that could become your secret weapon—the garden. When the garden is used to its full potential, it becomes the perfect place for connecting with teens and younger children alike. In the post coronavirus era, the proposed benefits are even greater. By the end of this guide, you'll be ready to unlock the best situation for your family finally. Why The Garden Deserves Your Attention Spending time…
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Connecting with Teens with ADHD

Connecting with Teens with ADHD

Teens with ADHD Though hyperactivity levels decrease from childhood to adolescence, teens with ADHD still tend to make impulsive decisions and struggle to pay attention. However, these symptoms can develop into behavioral issues during adolescence. Their distracting behavior can cause a rift with teachers and result in detention, lower grades, or even expulsion. This can cause them to lash out in frustration, argumentativeness, and even violence. Connecting with Teens with ADHD However, understanding where ADHD comes from and how it manifests in teens can lead to solutions that benefit the whole family. Where Does ADHD Come From? The American Psychiatric…
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Sending My Son with Autism to a Residential School

Sending My Son with Autism to a Residential School

autism residential school Not every story of autism or special needs is the same. What works for one child and family won't work the same for another child and family. When we started our journey, it was to share our unique story. We did this because I knew a different take was what the autism community needed. I want to continue that same message, but with a different take. We are going to be sharing other families stories. Today's post is just that. The story of one mom's choice to send he some with autism to a residential home: Why…
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The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

The Different Types of Reading Disabilities and How to Help Your Child

Do you suspect that your child has a reading problem? Keep reading to learn about the different types of reading disabilities and what you can do to help your child. Helping your child read is a large part of helping them achieve success in their lifetime. Without strong reading skills, it can be difficult for them to advance in their education. There are different types of reading disabilities that can cause difficulties for your child to learn to read and to understand what they are reading. What Are The Different Types of Reading Disabilities? A reading disability is when someone…
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Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19

Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19

Need tips for parenting children with ADHD during COVID 19? Keep reading to find out how to keep your child on track with their goals! e are all having to adjust to the new normal during this pandemic.  It has halted and interrupted our schedules and the different routines in our lives. For parents with kids with ADHD, it can even be more challenging. Their children are going without the outlet of school and home easily becomes monotonous. Parenting Children with ADHD during COVID-19 The spread of COVID-19 has worked to create new guidelines that we are currently living by,…
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Finding The Best Child Psychologist For Your Family

Finding The Best Child Psychologist For Your Family

If you’re searching for a Child Psychologist, then you naturally want the best for your family. You want the top care for your child. You know how vital it is for you to find not only some help but the right help. There is no way around this, and nor should there be: your Psychologist needs to be fully qualified. That means a Master’s Degree plus a Doctorate or professional training, plus an up-to-date license to practice. Ask how recent any training was, and if they have continued with training or professional development. You need to balance experience with contemporary…
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Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Mightier -The Emotional Regulation Tool for Autism

Are you looking for the best emotional regulation tool for autism? If so, Mightier is your answer! Keep reading to see how Mightier Emotional Regulation Games made a huge change in our family's life! Having three children on the autism spectrum, I understand the struggles of emotional regulation all too well.  Each of my children struggles greatly, with our youngest daughter having the hardest time.  Mightier’s biofeedback games help kids 6-14 build emotional regulation skills. She has learned countless tools but never can seem to apply them at the moment.   When we were invited to try out Mightier, I was…
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Clean Sleeping: Weighing in on the New Trend in Health

Clean Sleeping: Weighing in on the New Trend in Health

There's a new buzzword in the world of health and fitness — clean sleeping. Gwyneth Paltrow, an actress extraordinaire and proprietor of Goop, talked about clean sleeping and its benefits. What is clean sleeping? Clean sleeping doesn't mean ending your day by crashing on freshly laundered sheets and pillowcases — it is a lifestyle to improve your sleep so that you can function better in your waking hours. Weighing in on the New Trend in Health This wellness trend wants you to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep, drink enough water throughout the day, eat breakfast within half an…
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Weighted Blanket for Autism: What you need to know

Weighted Blanket for Autism: What you need to know

How does a weighted blanket work? Do weighted blankets help with autism? How does a weighted blanket help with sensory issues? How heavy should my weighted blanket be? Keep reading to answer all these questions about weighted blankets for autism! Weighted Blanket for Autism: What you need to know As a parent of a child with autism, chances are you have heard of using a weighted blanket. Many studies have confirmed that weighted blankets can help children and adults with autism. How do Weighted Blankets Help Autism? Weighted blankets use the power of Deep Pressure Touch Stimulation (DPTS). DPTS creates a calming…
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Coping with  Misunderstandings Due to Hyper-Focusing

Coping with Misunderstandings Due to Hyper-Focusing

Having four children, arguments happen often. Weekends and summers are when most of these happen. The whole "being stuck in the same house together" thing and all. Most of these arguments are a result of some type of misunderstanding. Though they have not lived a day apart, living in a neurodiverse family can prove challenging at times. Having three children with autism makes for humorous misunderstandings! So as you can imagine, disagreeing due to hyper-focusing happens quite often. Today was one of those days. Our son was napping for once (yeah me!), and the girls were all outside playing with…
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