“Screen Time Rules and Systems for Teens with ADHD” [podcast episode #214]

Listen to “Screen Time Rules and Systems for Teens with ADHD” with Wes Crenshaw, Ph.D.

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Phones. Computers. Tablets. Game Consoles. TVs. The ubiquity of displays as of late is unimaginable to forget about and even tougher to control, especially in case your teen has ADHD. It’s true that generation is powering large advancements in personal group, finding out, and information gathering. It’s also true that displays are really truly distracting — and can become an amazing option to steer clear of the issues we wish to (but don’t want to) get completed. The key to the use of display time productively, for many families, is the status quo of a parent-child settlement and device designed to maximise the value of electronic equipment and to attenuate the drawback.

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This ADHD Experts webinar was once first broadcast continue to exist March 27, 2018.

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