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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Attention Deficit Disorder Site! These are the top ten articles that your Attention Deficit Disorder Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Short Videos by Experts Explaining ADD
A picture is worth a thousand words, and a video made by an articulate expert is worth its weight in gold. Do you ever get tired of talking to people who do not understand or believe in the challenges that come with Attention Deficit Disorder? These expert videos might help them to understand.
2. Setting Limits and ADD
Setting limits is an effective way to discipline children with Attention Deficit Disorder. It can be thought of as a statement that says, "If you do this, then this will be the result." The child knows what will happen. He can depend on the parental response.
3. College Resources for Students with ADD
Starting college is an exciting time filled with new adventures. Sometimes peril rides right along with those adventures when you have ADD. Structures that helped you be successful in your high school career will be left behind, so you will have to build some new personal and academic scaffolding.
4. Zucchini Sweet Potato Muffin Recipe for ADD
Too often in a busy life, we have trouble finding time to eat in a healthy manner. Sometimes we just want a quick bite of something to stave off the hunger pangs. These tasty, healthy muffins will do the trick. They taste great and are a good choice for folks with Attention Deficit Disorder.
5. Mindfulness and Adult ADD
What is mindfulness? It can be one technique to calm the chaos that ADD can bring to your everyday life! Mindfulness can help you get to the heart of the turmoil to bring order to your environment. Hone your awareness to improve your symptoms of adult ADD.
6. Classroom Strategies That Work for ADD
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder are often given medication to help with focus and behavior in the classroom. Researchers concluded that non-pharmaceutical interventions in a school setting can help kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder be supported in the classroom.
7. Meltdowns and Children with ADD
They used to be called temper tantrums. Now, they’re called meltdowns. What can you do if your child with Attention Deficit Disorder skips right past angry and into a full-blown rage? What actions can you take to either avert the meltdown or help your child regain control more quickly?
8. Learning Disabilities Occur with ADD
Children with Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hypertension may also have specific learning disabilities, too. Studies from the University College London and University of Rochester Medical Center shed light on challenges faced by children with Attention Deficit Disorder.
9. Growing Out of Attention Deficit Disorder
A recent study from Florida International University, that was published in The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, found an association between children who are raised by overly critical parents and a lack of resolution of the negative symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder during adolescence.
10. Paper Clutter and Attention Deficit Disorder
Does your living or office space resemble an explosion in a paper factory? Are your paper piles practicing defying the Law of Gravity? What can you do to bring the piles under control? This article can help!
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