I’m into creating efficient environments and good communication between home and school. Whether it is making my child’s needs known to his teacher or implementing organization at home, I can better position my child for success. The concept is to step in, organize, plan ahead like a ninja, then jump out and let my kid sustain himself with the systems I’ve created. Below are items that have been especially helpful for my ADHD student:
One in ten school children are affected by the topic of this brief and informative read.*
ADHD diagnosis was a breeze for my son.
I’m not against medication. Someday my son may want to use it. There is a terrible stigma out there about parents who choose to medicate their kids. Even though I’ve labeled my blog “ADHD Natural Mamma,” you won’t find me propagating negative stereotypes about parents who use medication to treat their children’s ADHD.