How to Plan Summer for Your Kids — When You Have ADHD

You’ve finally gotten your life with your kids on a roll: You are kind of on top of the school routine and have somewhat nailed the play date and activities schedules. Then, blammo, summer hits, and all that hard-won efficiency goes out the window. If you are a parent with ADHD, this complete rewind can come at a cost.

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Key Points:

    • “Start in January “
    • “Ask yourself: What does this family need?”
    • “Don’t stop your own therapies”
    • “Make your kids your partners”
    • “Ask for help”
    • “Limit screen time”
    • “Don’t overschedule”
    • “Keep vacations simple”
    • “Keep vacations simple”
    • “Remember: Life isn’t perfect”