You heard me. My neighbor came to my house so I could clean my fridge… What incredibly persuasive skills did […]
When people find out I work with ADHD clients who are notoriously unmotivated, considered underachieving and often seen as unreliable, […]
In my work, I see that it takes more than action plans to change...it takes a mindset and belief that you are not 'stuck', that you have strengths and capabilities that can be welded and used to accomplish your desires and intentions. A choice you decide for yourself to move forward and see another 'season' coming is one of the most powerful ways to start changing.
ADHD parents are called to do more because our culture makes it easy to dismiss ADHD kids as lazy or disrespectful because they behave differently than their peers. As a result, I have found that most ADHD parents want as much information on ADHD as possible. In fact, most parents I work with have read nearly everything they can get their hands on and worry about their child’s school performance, hoping their child is able to “pull it together.”
I was recently interviewed by Attention Talk Video with Jeff Copper about my stance on Parent Advocacy and the importance of owning your role as the parent of an ADHD student. ADHD parents are called to do more because our culture makes it easy to dismiss ADHD kids as lazy or disrespectful because they behave differently than their peers. As a result, I have found that most ADHD parents want as much information on ADHD as possible.