“A Summer Schedule for Kids with ADHD: How to Balance Fun, Independence, & Structure” [podcast episode #210]

Listen to “A Summer Schedule for Kids with ADHD: How to Balance Fun, Independence, & Structure” with Sarah A. Tannenbaum, Psy.D.

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The school yr is winding down, and your kid is understandably fantasizing of lazy summer days unfastened from homework, alarms, and pressure. You are able for a smash, too, and hopeful your child will get pleasure from down time, a medication destroy, and some severe operating round. Your summer fantasy sounds enjoyable and fun, but it should in fact motive more issues and sleepless nights.

Why? Children with ADHD thrive on structure. When you strip away the school-year routine entirely, disaster ceaselessly ensues. Instead, take a measured means to summer through operating with your kid to establish schedules and targets, and to create an atmosphere that fosters a laugh and leisure — and symptom keep an eye on.

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