Research findings recently published in JAMA Pediatrics show that teen drivers with ADHD have a 36% risk for being in a car crash. Although previous studies have found similar risks (some even greater), those studies have been criticized for their… Read the rest
Be A Friend
June 12, 2017
A fundamental difference between many children with learning disabilities and other kids is that they often have social issues, which can be more debilitating than their learning problems.
If that’s the case with your child, it’s time to toss out… Read the rest
Does Your Child Have a Future in Technology?
June 5, 2017
By Ari Kalinowski
Many non-typical students have unique strengths that are ideally suited for the burgeoning technology job market. Consider the following examples.
Kids with ADHD tend to think outside the box, often making connections that others miss. They also… Read the rest
Team Sports Preferred by Kids with ADHD
May 29, 2017
A recent study found that kids with ADHD are more likely to participate in team sports than in individual sports.
According to a UPI article, the findings surprised the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center study team. Speaking for the… Read the rest
Fidget Spinners: Distraction or Learning Tool?
May 22, 2017
If you have a child, you’ve no doubt heard of, seen, or purchased a fidget spinner. The small, handheld toy is the latest craze among school-age kids.
Marketed as a tool for children with ADHD, the small spinner twirls in… Read the rest