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

For those of you (geeks) who love a good source of in-depth information, this is an awesome resource! The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. We’ve found the information under “Topics A-Z” useful as well as theContinue reading “Resources We’ve Found Helpful”

How To Best Support the Parents of ADHDers In Your Life

ADHD can deeply affect relationships with family and friends.  But when handled with care, it’s an opportunity to make something beautiful. Here are some reflections from Two Moms for family and friends of parents of ADHDers… Take it upon yourself to EDUCATE YOURSELF.  If your grandchild, niece, nephew, best friend’s child has ADHD, ask yourContinue reading “How To Best Support the Parents of ADHDers In Your Life”