Here’s a primer on the basics of ADHD to help parents advocate for their children with this common brain disorder.
Before a child can receive treatment for ADHD, they must be properly diagnosed. What’s involved, and why is early treatment important?
Get practical tips for ensuring everyone's needs are met when one of your children has ADHD.
Children with ADHD can have a hard time making friends and reading social cues. As a parent, you can help them navigate these tough situations.
If your child is living with ADHD, diving into their point of view could help you better grasp what they’re feeling and experiencing. Find out what they see, say -- and feel.
How can you help your child better understand their diagnosis and treatment plan? Remember, you don’t have to do it alone.
If you have a child with ADHD, it’s best to create a well-rounded treatment plan that combines behavioral therapies at home and school with medications.
Practical tips for teens with ADHD to transform negative thoughts into constructive ones and boost self-esteem.
Parenting a teen with ADHD comes with its own set of challenges. Learn how to help them thrive both academically and socially.