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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. Simple Spring Break Tips for Kids with ADD
Families look forward to the Spring Break. With a bit of planning and structure, the time away from school can be great for your kid with ADD. Your whole family can enjoy this time together. These tips can help!
2. Handling ADD and Less Structured Times
It is that time of year again. For many parents Spring Break is imminent. Whether it is time for Spring Break, or you just need some tips for those times when kids go off their schedules, these articles will help you. There is a clickable link to each article and a brief description.
3. Girls with Attention Deficit Disorder
Do you know a girl who consistently under-achieves? Who is anxious? Does this girl's teachers tell her that she could and should do better. if she would just try? Maybe this girl has Attention Deficit Disorder. The negative symptoms of ADD often look a lot different when you compare girls and boys.
4. Safety Tips and Kids with ADD
How do you keep kids with Attention Deficit Disorder safe when they are on a school holiday? Lazy, unstructured days can be dangerous days for impulsive children. These safety tips can help all kids, especially those with ADD or ADHD, have a safer and more pleasant time out of school.
5. Girls with ADD and Self-Harming Behaviors
During ten years of research at the U.C. Berkeley, girls with and without ADD were studied. What do you think that they found about girls with the combined type of ADD who were going into young adulthood? This article can give you details and provide resources for more information.
6. Exercise and Students with ADD
Does your child's school offer recess or another way for the students to exercise? Would you like your child to have more recess and exercise? You have research on your side! Find out what the latest research says about exercise and ADD.
7. Help Educators Understand Facts About ADD
Kids with Attention Deficit Disorder can face an uphill battle at school. What can a parent do to help their child? You can help educators understand the needs of your child with ADD/ADHD. It is important to be proactive, rather than just reactive. How can a parent manage this? Here are some tips.
8. Journal Writing and Attention Deficit Disorder
Writing a journal is a worthwhile activity in itself. As a tool for helping me live a good life with Attention Deficit Disorder, it is valuable.
9. Learning a New Job with ADD
There are hundreds of new skills and procedures that you need to learn as you master a new job. Donít expect that you will be proficient overnight. With routines, your ADD outside-of-the-box problem solving skills, and creativity, learning a new occupation is a sure way of expanding your horizons.
10. Gardening and Attention Deficit Disorder
How can grubbing around in the dirt and gardening help Attention Deficit Disorder? There are several possible ways. Find out the benefits that gardening can have for improving the troublesome symptoms of ADD!
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