What to do this summer?

CampEineyComposite 150x150With your childs thirteen week hiatus right around the corner, now is the time to plan for the summer. Whether its a week at the beach, some academic tutoring, or just some well-deserved down time, planning is the key to a stress free summer vacation. 

Make a Plan Children with ADHD do much better when they know what to expect. So when you're planning out summer activities, it's best to calendar them out. That way your child has a visual on upcoming activities. This information should include any summer school, play dates, family vacations, summer camps, and your Play Attention sessions.

Get Them Involved Involving your child in planning your summer vacation. Think of several ideas and let them help do some research. Whether your vacation plans are to visit Disney Land or have a restful week at the beach, teaching your child to plan will help with their organizational...

Using the summer months to prepare for college

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The transition from high school to college is a challenge for even the most well-rounded student. Factor in ADHD and there are a whole new set of challenges. Parents should use the summer months to prepare their students for life at college. It's a great time to test the waters while having the safety net of home to help them through.

Play Attention is a great brain training tool for both children and adults with ADHD. Use Play Attention over the summer months to help your college bound...

Brain Food!


Top 10 secrets to get your family eating better - for the brain!

We have all read about the recommend foods for healthy brains. But lets face it; brain foods usually arent too kid-friendly. Omega-rich fish like salmon, vegetables like spinach and kale, and oatmeal are not typically your childs favorite things to eat. They may not be even some of your favorite dishes! When it comes to integrating these foods into your familys diet, it will take some ingenuity. Here are some ideas:


ADHD & Meal Planning

Grocery App 150x150Meal planning. It seems like such a simple task. We eat 3 times a day, every day. So this should be something we can all just inherently do. However, if you are an adult with ADHD, you know how difficult this seemingly simple task can be. This can lead to a lot of missed meals and fast food.

What makes meal planning so difficult for people with ADHD? If you break down this task it is very involved. You must be able to plan ahead. This is a hard skill for many with ADHD. Even though we eat...

IEP Accommodations for End-of-Grade Testing

It is hard to believe that for many of us end-of-grade testing is Test Taking 150x150just around the corner. This can be a very difficult time for students, parents, and teachers alike. If you have a student with ADHD, you know this can be an especially stressful time. Many students with ADHD struggle with testing for a variety of reasons; distractibility, anxiety, sleepiness, impulsivity, and carelessness, just to name a few.

Most of these students are highly intelligent, but their poor test results seldom...

Children with ADHD at Risk for Binge Eating

Children with ADHD at Risk for Binge Eating
Lack of control increases risk

Many medications taken for ADHD result in appetite loss, so its hard to fathom that binge eating could be related to ADHD. Yet a new study from Johns Hopkins Childrens Center reveals that children with ADHD are significantly more likely to have an eating disorder.

The researchers term the disorder, loss of control eating syndrome and find it quite similar to binge\eating, a disorder commonly found in adults. The...

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