Why Saying "Calm Down" To Your Kids Doesn't Actually Work
"Calm down" is a phrase that we all use, especially with kids when experiencing intense emotions. Here are some alternative phrases that just might yield better results, and an action plan to put them in place.
How to get a winning IEP/504 Plan for your ADHD child -- the legal document of special services and accommodations for your child's education program. Also find specific classroom accommodations designed to address common school-related challenges.
Assess all ADHD traits, including strengths AND challenges. Typical ADHD tests focus on negative traits of the wiring, like running late and being disorganized. For more ADHD tests, see: http://addfreesources.net/adhd-screening-tests/
Children and teens with learning disabilities sometimes have a hard time with social skills and behavior, including reading or communicating nonverbal signals. Apps can provide some high-tech support. Get recommendations from our mother-daughter app-testing team!