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7 Tips for Parenting Children with ADHD and Anxiety

Parenting children with ADHD and/or anxiety can be challenging as the new school year is underway.

We are all dealing with uncertainty, changes in our schedules, and having to adapt to new ways of doing things. Recognize that your child is also experiencing stress as they are having to adapt to new learning routines.

Many of us have lost the ability to predict how our day, week, or school year will look like and this uncertainty leads to feeling stressed. Stress negatively impacts learning in children with ADHD and anxiety, making it very difficult to learn new things. 

We can help our children during this time with the following tips.

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Four Tips to Calm Anxiety

During these uncertain times of COVID, racial & political unrest, we do not have a lot of control over what is happening. This can make anyone feel anxious. However, what we can have better control of is our MIND. How do we gain this control and regulation to access our inner resources? Consider these 4 tips to reduce anxiety!

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Free Resources for Parents with ADHD Students

If you are a parent or caregiver of a child with ADHD, it can often feel frustrating, confusing, and lonely. Many parents report feeling misunderstood by other parents who may not be experiencing the same challenges parents of ADHD face each day. This is especially true during these challenging times with COVID and school being done over the internet.

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Covid Pandemic and the Holidays getting to you?

Try these 4 Tips to Find Joy this Holiday Season

Many of us will be dealing with stress and disappointment with changes in holiday plans due to Covid this year. It can be hard to know what plans or even to feel motivated to do any activity for the holidays during the pandemic. Stress, frustration, and disappointment are feelings many of us are having this time of year, especially as we enter the season.

The following are some tips to cope with stress and disappointment and find some JOY this holiday season.

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Top Tips for Students With ADD and ASD to Socialize During COVID

Many people are struggling with isolation and feelings of loneliness as our way of life has been altered due to the pandemic. Simply going out to dinner with friends, or hosting a game night with extended family members, or planning play dates for your children is not so simple these days.

Parents with children with ADHD or ASD may feel especially impacted by this as the alternative means of socialization during COVID-19 can cause a regression in social skills. This can be upsetting and frustrating for parents and children. There can also be differing opinions among parents about what risks they are willing to take to help their children socialize. It’s important to have a plan and be consistent!

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