How to Help and Support Your ADHD ChildFebruary 17, 2021 ● 18 min
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1. Learn as much as you can about ADHD.
2. Be discerning.
3. Adjust your expectations for your child and stop comparing them with their siblings or peers. Most ADHD children are 3-5 years behind their peers in executive functions and emotional maturity.
4. Routines are key for ADHD children. Jennifer has some great tips for how to create routines that help ADHD children thrive.
Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
ADDitude Magazine - https://www.additudemag.com
Recommended Doctors who specialize in ADHD:
Dr. Russell Barkley - https://www.russellbarkley.org
Dr. Ned Hallowell - https://www.drhallowell.com
Dr. Thomas Brown - https://www.brownadhdclinic.com
Jennifer Kampfe is a wife, a mom of five children, and an ADHD coach from Lincoln, Nebraska. She has a master's degree in music therapy from Radford University in Virginia. After having two sons diagnosed with ADHD, and wanting to help them more, she began her training at the ADD Coach Academy. Connect with Jennifer online at Fantastically Focused
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