Spring Cleaning With Your ADHD Child

Spring Cleaning With Your ADHD Kid(s) It is spring in the US and for many folks that brings with it the celebrated and feared “spring cleaning.” Whether you have ADHD or not, spring cleaning can feel invigorating and refreshing – and it can also feel overwhelming and tedious.    When you have ADHD, or a… Continue reading Spring Cleaning With Your ADHD Child

ADHD Parenting and Collaboration

ADHD Parenting and Collaboration I have three main tenets I talk to parents about when it comes to navigating parenting or caregiving for their ADHD child. They are connection, coregulation, and collaboration. I believe those three tools are the keys to parenting our amazing kids.   In a previous blog, I talked to you all… Continue reading ADHD Parenting and Collaboration

Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria with ADHD

Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria I few weeks ago, I posted to LinkedIn about how Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD) sometimes shows up for me.  It seemed to really resonate with a lot of folks, and many had never heard of this wonderful gift of ADHD (heavy on the sarcasm there).   I promised to blog about the… Continue reading Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria with ADHD

Begin To Create Your Sensory Diet

Begin To Create Your Sensory Diet What Is A Sensory Diet? A few weeks ago, I shared a blog with you about what our sensory needs are and how important meeting them is.  Feel free to check out that blog entry HERE.  The first step to meeting your needs is to start to identify what… Continue reading Begin To Create Your Sensory Diet

Tips For Boosting Focus

Tips For Boosting Focus   One of the things that people ask me the most often is, “What are some tips for maintaining or boosting focus?” This is not surprising because having trouble regulating our focus is a hallmark ADHD symptom that many of us struggle with.   We have lower levels or uneven levels… Continue reading Tips For Boosting Focus

Meeting Your Sensory Needs

Meeting Your Sensory Needs Do you put any time into meeting your sensory needs? Have you ever found yourself distracted from work because the sound of water dripping or a clock ticking is driving you up a wall?  Have you ever realized you were reading a book or watching tv while sitting in a strange… Continue reading Meeting Your Sensory Needs

The Three C Philosophy

The Three C Philosophy   I have a program for parents of children who have ADHD called Navigating ADHD Parenting: Embrace the Three C Philosophy. Raising kids who are neurodivergent and likely have difficulties with emotional regulation, time management, working memory and task initiation is different than raising kids who are neurotypical.   Because of… Continue reading The Three C Philosophy