“Boys who have been deprived of time outdoors, interacting with the real world rather than with computers, sometimes have trouble grasping concepts that seem simple to us.”… Read more “Summer camps/programs can teach kids with ADHD valuable life skills, staring at screens should not be one of them.”
Strategies to reduce your child’s video game usage. For parents of children, adolescents and young adults diagnosed with ADHD, Asperger’s or higher-verbal autism.
Thanks to the San Francisco chapter of the Autism Society of America for inviting me to present this webinar. While the information is geared towards the Asperger’s… Read more “Listen/Watch my webinar on “Guy Stuff””
What parents of bright kids diagnosed with ADHD or Asperger’s can do when their child is not ready for life after high school.
Parents and professionals often believe that if a child or teenager struggles socially then they need to be placed into a social skills group to improve their… Read more “Moving Beyond Social Skills Groups: A new perspective”
Many students who are diagnosed with ADHD frequently, but unintentionally interrupt people. This is a result of their executive functioning challenges around impulse control. It can also… Read more “Visual strategy to help a 7th grader with ADHD who frequently interrupts”
Many boys diagnosed with ADHD have difficulty understanding the increased social expectations around hygiene, behaviors, etc. when they reach puberty. Guy Stuff was designed to teach age-appropriate… Read more “Teaching boys with ADHD social expectations around hygiene and puberty”
I am privileged to regularly speak with parents who were referred to my practice, Center for ADHD because they are looking for help their child improve their… Read more “6 Reasons Social Skills Group Backfire”
Please visit our Summer Program website for more information. Space in program is limited and program will be full.