BACK TO SCHOOL DECISIONS: The Right School Has The Right People.

Lofty ideas printed on paper only become reality in the act of doing. It’s people that put action to great ideas and that’s when magic can happen, lives can be changed and possibilities become endless. This is true for any organization, and especially so for school who help form a child’s view of the world and of themselves.

BACK TO SCHOOL DECISIONS: The Right Philosophy and the Right Services

When it comes to finding “the right school for right now” one thing we’ve found to be true is that means the school has the right philosophy and services to meet our complex ADHDers needs. But it doesn’t stop there because when a school works comprehensively to REALLY EDUCATE a student, they don’t just meet their needs – they stretch and grow students to reach their POTENTIAL.

Resources We’ve Found Helpful

You may know we both live in Florida. We’ve both had our kids seen by April Green, ARNP, and we wish services like this were available to everyone because the level of care is extraordinary! Focus of Tampa Bay offers comprehensive ADHD evaluations & treatment for children, adolescents, and young adults, as well as adultContinue reading “Resources We’ve Found Helpful”

Resources We’ve Found Helpful

Kids in the Syndrome Mix, by Martin L. Kutscher, MD We see you, parents of complex ADHDers. We’ve got you covered on this one.  Here you go, we would give you our copy if we could. The all-in-one guide covers the whole range of often co-existing neurodevelopmental disorders in children. This is THE book forContinue reading “Resources We’ve Found Helpful”

Resources We’ve Found Helpful

This is truly a phenomenal all-in-one resource. ADDitude is a website and on-line magazine (you can also order print versions) for parents, ADHD adults and professionals that offers everything from ADHD self tests to clinical analysis for physicians. You’ll find a wealth of information here for every stage in your journey and we love thatContinue reading “Resources We’ve Found Helpful”

Resources We’ve Found Helpful

Ryan Wexelblatt delivers a phenomenal approach to tackling ADHD-related challenges like executive functioning, emotional regulation and lagging social skills. He is incredibly relatable and practical in his instruction, which is a breath of fresh air, but he also uniquely provides insight into the male ADHD brain. Boys communicate differently and Ryan addresses this really well.Continue reading “Resources We’ve Found Helpful”

“Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part five)

Norrine and I have often talked about how beneficial it would’ve been to have known other parents with complex ADHDers as we’ve been on this parenting journey. Neither of us had the benefit of heartfelt and telling conversations with other parents who’d traveled before us. There’s much that can be learned from another’s story. AtContinue reading ““Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part five)”

“Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part four)

Norrine and I have often talked about how beneficial it would’ve been to have known other parents with complex ADHDers as we’ve been on this parenting journey. Neither of us had the benefit of heartfelt and telling conversations with other parents who’d traveled before us. There’s much that can be learned from another’s story. AtContinue reading ““Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part four)”

“Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part three)

Norrine and I have often talked about how beneficial it would’ve been to have known other parents with complex ADHDers as we’ve been on this parenting journey. Neither of us had the benefit of heartfelt and telling conversations with other parents who’d traveled before us. There’s much that can be learned from another’s story. AtContinue reading ““Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part three)”

“Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part two)

Norrine and I have often talked about how beneficial it would’ve been to have known other parents with complex ADHDers as we’ve been on this parenting journey. Neither of us had the benefit of heartfelt and telling conversations with other parents who’d traveled before us. There’s much that can be learned from another’s story. AtContinue reading ““Just” an ADHD Diagnosis (part two)”