By Dave Sylvestro, with Eve Kessler, Esq.
Electronic media fill our homes and classrooms. We have more TVs in our homes than people residing there. Between 1999 and 2010, school-aged children’s exposure to screens and electronics more than doubled. In… Read the rest
It’s common knowledge that texting while driving is dangerous. But what happens when teens with ADHD text while driving? A dangerous situation becomes even more dangerous.
Researchers from the Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati recently tested the driving performance… Read the rest
According to a recent study, kids with ADHD have sleep problems. While that may be news to researchers, it simply confirms what many parents know from experience.
Using polysomnography (a tool that evaluates brain activity and other measures of sleep… Read the rest
As a mother, I am a huge worrier. You would think I’m talking about my son—the one with the ADHD and Executive Dysfunction. However, that’s not the case. I am referring to my oldest daughter Madelyn. You know her type:… Read the rest
By Marcia Eckerd, Ph.D.
Parents of children with NLD often struggle with feelings of isolation. Their kids are bright and verbal making their quirkiness, sensitivities, and apparently oppositional behavior that much more difficult to understand. As a result, these parents… Read the rest