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Let's Make a Meal!

Earlier in the month, we explored starting the day with a healthy breakfast. Then we looked at providing a lunch that would sustain your child with ADHD throughout the school day and help avoid the afternoon slump. Now let's take a look at involving your little one in the meal making process.

For some of us, meal preparation comes naturally. We feel we can beat even the best home cook on Gordon Ramsay's television show, MasterChef. However, some of us dread the thought putting together the...

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Using the summer months to prepare for college

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...

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What to do this summer?

With 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...

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ADHD Children More Likely to Live Unhealthy Lifestyles

New study sheds light on improving symptoms

A recent study published in the Journal of Attention Disorders [1] looked at the health recommendations from the National Sleep Foundation, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Their recommendations include:

*Drinking more water
*Decrease consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks
*Exercise at least an hour
*Limited screen time to a maximum of one to two hours daily (laptops, phones, tablets, TV)
*Get 9 to 11 hours of...

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