“Bring order to the chaos: How to set up your child with ADD/ADHD for success this school year.” Three experts with practical suggestions (yes, I’m one of them), on the topic of kids with ADHD going back to school as well as their parents, who may have ADHD, too.
Did you know that if you have ADHD as a parent, there’s a 70% chance your child will, too?*
And many parents are ultimately diagnosed with ADHD because they recognized in themselves similar symptoms to their child’s symptoms.
I was excited, honored, humbled all at once, to be called on as an expert once again, by Parenting New Hampshire. This does not get tiring, after being in business for myself for 11 years. This is when you know your expertise and suggestions will potentially reach and help people you don’t even know and that’s a really good feeling.
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Please click on the child’s picture below to reach the article on the Parenting New Hampshire site.
*Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., Harvard Medical, clinical instructor, psychiatry; private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Quoting from his teleclass for the Institute for Challenging Disorganization.
During the same class, he said: With ADHD or other executive function issues, “life is 2 to 3 times harder.“