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Transitioning children with ADHD back to school
FOUR TIPS on Getting ADHD Done Differently in school transitions! My children are incredibly excited to be heading back to school next week for a whole new school year. My son is commencing high school, my daughter is heading into …
Top 5 tips for getting ADHD Done Differently in the Christmas Holidays!
I love the Christmas holidays! I always have, and I always will. I love lots of family time, decorations, lights, food, baking, parties, presents, wrapping paper, and magic. It is also an extraordinary time where, as a Christian, I can …
Should I tell my child they have ADHD?
I am often asked whether a parent should tell their child that they have ADHD or not following their diagnosis. I have had discussions with parents who sit firmly on both sides of the fence. Some parents have chosen not …

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