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- The 5 C’s for Successful ADHD Parenting
- Managing Technology & Families
- Avoiding The Homework Hassle
The 5 C’s of Successful ADHD Parenting
Find the “GOOD”! in your child with ADHD
Managing Technology & Families
- How to guide your children as they navigate daily screen usage and screen switching,
- When you can suggest screen usage to your children for your own benefit,
- How much supervising is adequate and how to monitor their safety and connections.
Avoiding The Homework Hassle
Homework challenges are one of the top 3 problems parents share with me.
There are arguments about the time it takes, the interruptions, push backs, etc. The kids dread homework because they are tired of spending the day learning about things they could care less about.
Dr. Saline shares advice on medication and/or lack of after the school day, organizational challenges, academic complexities, learning demands, executive function skills challenges, emotion and impulse control, prioritizing, multitasking, screen usage, parents’ role, rewards and so much more.
Homework requires all of the above skills, and when a student spent the whole day at school find it challenging to do more of it.
Dr. Saline suggests several approaches to helping with the homework struggle, using her unique 5 Cs approach, that has helped other parents support students with ADHD. She offers questions to ask your child that will yield results and involve their buy-in. Advice on improving consistency, schedules, routines, transitions, homework submission, insight into their brains and so much more make this guided parenting program invaluable for most parents.
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