Why punishments don't work well for adhd kids (and what works better) Kids do well if they can, but lacking the skills to problem solve, they have meltdowns instead. But punishments don’t teach problem-solving skills!
Kids with ADHD often struggle with managing their emotions. For some, that can mean mood swings that leave their parents, teachers and friends wondering what caused such a swift change in attitude and behavior.
An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic. Children with type 2 ADHD often exhibit a number of strengths, including an eagerness to try new things and a hard working spirit. Take a look at this Philadelphia children’s behavior info graphic .
A friend recently asked me what I feed my boys, both of whom have ADHD, for breakfast. She knows that her son, who was recently diagnosed, needs a high protein breakfast to jump start his brain. The problem is that his meds upset his tummy and he can be a
40 Organization Tips for Adults with ADHD: Michael Laskoff From Little Life Hacks from ADHD Experts" (Who happen to have ADHD themselves.) "Know what you will forget. Dress for tomorrow the night before. Buy bright and shiny objects.