Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec
18

ADHD and Medication

Medication use as an essential component in the treatment of ADHD….One evaluator’s perspective. In the course of my consultations with parents, I often discuss the use of medication as one component of a multimodal treatment plan to treat symptoms of ADHD…

Dec
18

Affordable Toys

I actually really like these suggestions!   Toys for Your Tots: 7 Inexpensive Options www.foxbusiness.com Parents don’t want to spend their hard-earned money on toys that will be forgotten once the new year rolls around; they want toys that will entertain and help their kids’ learning and developmental skills.

Dec
17

ADHD Routines

Although routines or consistent schedules are important for school days, they are just as important for weekends and holiday vacation. Routines and structure build appropriate behaviors….so create holiday routines for your child with an without ADHD. Your life and theirs will be easier. Reliable Routines for ADHD Children (and Their Parents!)

Dec
17

Educational & Fun Gift Ideas

If you haven’t finished your shopping for your child ages 1-4 years, here are 10 toys that “grow the brain” in healthy ways. Actually, these toys often form the basis for a “healthy” play diet. The Skill-Building Playroom: Imaginary play using simple baby toys can help your baby develop important life skills in ways that …

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