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Five Life-Changing Concepts for Parenting ADHD Part 3

It is important that we help arm the people in our child’s world with the appropriate insights, strategies, and skills to understand and appreciate them!

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Five Life-Changing Concepts in Parenting ADHD–Part 2

And in this 3-part blog series, I’d like to shed some practical light and helpful perspectives on understanding and parenting your child with ADHD

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Advocating for Child's Needs

Tips to Successfully Advocate for Your Child’s Learning Needs

The journey of special needs, invisible disabilities, and understanding your child’s unique learning needs can be a struggle. Not long ago, I shared about starting out on the journey of J’s needs. Navigating sensory processing disorder (SPD), ADHD, executive functioning disorder, depression, and anxiety can be a true challenge.

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Kids who need extra

The Big Challenge of Raising Kids Who Need Extra—

Our Journey with SPD and ADHD From the time I was a little girl, I played baby dolls like a champ. I mothered them with the greatest of ease and never tired of burping, changing, rocking, dressing, feeding, and talking to my sweet babies. With great happiness, I was a mother to many. I knew exactly what they needed, and …

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