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1. Effective Decision Making Tool with ADD
SOCS is a decision making tool that can be used by people of all ages to work through problems. It is not a difficult process to learn. What can you do if you are facing a novel set of problems? Get out your SOCS and do a deep dive into your brainstorming skills! You can make great decisions!
2. Sexual Harassment and College Students with ADD
A charge of sexual harassment can be devastating for a person’s educational or work future. Once a person has been labeled as a “sexual harasser,” it is hard to get educational placements or employment. Refrain from telling that naughty joke or sending that sexy meme. Your future depends on it.
3. Happy Kids with ADD in the Summertime
How can you keep impulsive kids happy and safe in the freedom that is summertime? From hiking to swimming to running the neighborhood, there are always opportunities for joy and danger. The secret to a great summer is planning. Below, I have gathered some summer themed articles to help you plan.
4. ADD and Using A Planner to Stay on Track
Using a weekly/monthly planner can be a huge asset for keeping your life with ADD/ADHD organized and on track. Think about what you need in a planner. Then, go find one that suits your needs. Staying organized is a great way to calm the chaos!
5. Simplify Bill Payment to Improve ADD Symptoms
When your life is hectic and your Attention Deficit Disorder symptoms are pushing you over the edge, the last thing you need is stress from late payments on bills. Use your creativity and ingenuity. Start paying your bills electronically. It will simplify your life!
6. ADD and the IEP
Students with ADD may need an IEP to insure an appropriate education. Parents are a child's best advocate. They should be recognized as full partners in the IEP team process.
7. Vacation Car Activities for Kids with ADD
Are children glued to electronics while traveling across our country a good idea? Wouldn't it be better for them to actually see where they are going? Put the electronics in a bag before kids get into the car. Play some old-fashioned car games that let you view the world as you move through it.
8. Sluggish Cognitive Tempo and ADD
Have you heard of the Sluggish Type of ADD? What is Sluggish Cognitive Tempo, and is it really a subset of Attention Deficit Disorder?
9. Red White and Black Bean Salad Recipe
Good nutrition is one of the ways to keep the negative symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder at bay. This salad is easy to make and filled with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and good lean protein. Since it can be used several different ways, it helps to keep meals organized.
10. ADD and E-Mailing a College Instructor
When you make a special deal with an instructor about your grades, you want to get it in writing. Prevent memory loss and mistakes from happening to you. Write a professional e-mail after you and your instructor talk. Then, you have a record of what was discussed, & you have thanked the instructor.
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