What Motivates You?

motivate Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play Attention- How to encourage higher levels of achievement through rewards.

Play Attentions Reward System

ADHD can make it difficult for one to pay attention to low stimuli or mundane tasks in order to receive a future pay-off. This inability to be intrinsically motivated is sometimes interpreted as defiance or obstinance. Setting up the right rewards system can help your child persist and start completing more difficult tasks. An effective rewards system can not only motivate for the short term but can...

Understanding the 504 & IEP Process

IEP Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play Attention504/IEP So many Questions, So Little Time¦

When it comes to getting the right classroom accommodations for your child, there is a sea of information. It can be an intimidating and confusing process for parents.

If your child is struggling in the classroom, they may qualify for accommodations. Students with one of thirteen disabilities are eligible for an IEP, which is the more formal of the two. A student can qualify for a 504 plan if they have any disability that affects their ability to...

Memoirs of an ADHD Mom

love-300x200 Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play AttentionEvery Sunday we post, Memoirs of an ADHD Mom, on our Facebook page. Be certain to read weekly, as Kate shares her real life stories as a mom with ADHD. This week - Love is in the air!

It is easy for all of us to complain about our issues, to talk about the things we don't like about our ADHD or our children's ADHD. It disrupts our lives, makes us work harder, causes turmoil.

But not this week! No, this week we are celebrating Valentine's Day, the day of love. It's time for us to talk about...

Children Diagnosed with ADHD: Relative Age May Play a Crucial Role

Young-child-300x200 Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play AttentionThe following research tells us that a proper diagnosis can sometimes be confused with a child's maturity. Additionally, the combination of immaturity and a test heavy curriculum with inappropriate expectations make these students really struggle and stand out. Read on...

Researchers examined medical records of nearly 400,000 children aged from four to 17 in Taiwan and found rates of the condition changed significantly depending on the month when they were born, The Daily Telegraph...

ADHD and the Struggle with Relationships

alone-300x200 Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play AttentionFor many, February is the month of love. We focus on the people we care about and find ways to express our feelings. Perhaps you are in a relationship as an adult with ADHD. Or you are in a relationship with someone who has ADHD. You may even be a parent trying to help your ADHD child with friendships. All of these situations can be very challenging.

Children with attention challenges generally struggle with keeping friends. They are not always able to pick up social cues that allow them to...

Making Friends and Keeping Them!

Making friends and keeping friends can be difficult for children with ADHD. Positive peer relationships are friendcircle-300x200 Blog - Attention Deficit Training Neurofeedback Tool | Play Attentioncritical to your child's development and self esteem. You may notice that your child misses social cues, gets quickly bored with the games the other children are playing, or simply acts too impulsively when in social situations.

There are some steps you can take to help your child develop these essential social skills.

Discuss People's Feelings: Look at pictures of different people in a...