(Video) Build Life-Long Executive Function Skills in Your Child with ADHD
Are you increasingly frustrated with your child’s outbursts, disorganization, or forgetfulness at home? You’re not alone. Many parents long for relief from the pressures of school only to find that their children continue to struggle every day with executive dysfunctions related to ADHD.
Instead of inundating your child with reminders or arguments about chores, cleanliness, and following directions, work with him to find practical solutions that foster cooperation and connection. By choosing mutual goals, learning effective tools for self-management, and creating doable routines, you’ll teach your child or teen to accomplish things with fewer arguments and more buy-in. These positive changes, explained here by Sharon Saline, Psy.D., will build lasting skills for independence. Watch More>>