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Here are the top ten articles for the Attention Deficit Disorder Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Attention Deficit Disorder Association Benefits
When I spend money it has to count for something. My membership in the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is a bargain! What benefits does the ADDA have for members? How do they improve the lives of adults living with Attention Deficit Disorder?
2. A Balanced Holiday Season with ADD
When members of your family have Attention Deficit Disorder, holidays might not be your favorite part of the year. Instead of the joys of family members and friends, they can bring stress and chaos to a household. How can you put the joy back into holidays, when you have ADD in the family?
3. Planning a Thanksgiving Holiday with ADD
When you need to plan a lovely Thanksgiving, tools can help. These articles are the tools that can guide you to a wonderful day. They contain ideas and tips for making the Thanksgiving holiday a great time to spend with family and friends.
4. ADD Symptoms Persist into Adulthood
A recent study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry discussed the prevalence of the persistence of symptoms and impairment from Attention Deficit Disorder into young adulthood. How can adults live well with Attention Deficit Disorder? What helps to make life smoother?
5. Attention Deficit Disorder Association Review
A benefit of doing research for articles is coming across meaningful collections of resources for my readers. The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) has a real sweetheart of a website. It is filled with information to help adults with Attention Deficit Disorder live strength-based lives.
6. Advocating Effectively for a Child with ADD
Addressing your child's educational needs as soon as possible increases the chances for better educational outcomes for that child. Statistics show that many of our students with Attention Deficit Disorder delay their high school degree by dropping out of high school. Early intervention is a must.
7. Internet Safety and Kids with ADD
Many parents are uncomfortable about limiting their child’s computer freedoms. Hopefully, you already have computer rules in place to protect your child with ADD. Here are a group of policies that I feel are important to help keep your child internet-safe.
8. Developing Resilience with ADD
Why are some people able to go with the flow, work through problems, and carry on, even when bad things happen? How do they persevere, while others crumple at the smallest hint of adversity? The answer is resilience, that ability to persist in efforts and to believe that life will get better.
9. Getting Ready for the Day with ADD
What is your early morning routine like with your school-age children with Attention Deficit Disorder? Many times what happens in the early morning before school sets the stage for the child's day. The parent is usually impacted, too. Why are mornings often so awful, and how can they be improved?
10. Rewarding Children and ADD
The most important thing to remember about rewarding a child is to choose something that the child desires. Do this by asking the child what they want! A reward is only reinforcing when it is a preferred object or activity. It doesn’t need to be expensive; it only needs to be desired.
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