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What is ADHD: Treatment Options and At Home Activities That Help

November 29th, 2011

What is ADD or ADHD?

The Math Zone as well as board games like the Comprehension Zone, and The Sentence Zone.

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Listening Skills Exercises Improve Symptoms of ADHD

There is a hands-on exercise – Brain Efficiency Exercise that you can do to help with listening skills. This easy exercise helps you to focus attention on hearing and relaxes tension in the cranial bones for clearer focus. It also improves your ability to focus on relevant information. We teach parents how to do this as well as other tips and tricks to help their ADD or ADHD child in our coaching program Awaken the Scholar Within.

7 Responses to “What is ADHD: Treatment Options and At Home Activities That Help”

  1. Elijah says:

    You still need to work on behavior, classroom as well as home management – at home you will want to do short activities that build skills – that will help your ADHD child with the instruction that is often missed due to the inattention in the classroom.

  2. Ron says:

    Please checkout my ADD ADHD Self Help, Self Healing story at my site…comments and stories appreciated! Thanks, Ron

  3. Shane says:

    Different types of ADHD/ADD means a different method of treatment for each, am I correct? But what if I suffer from more than one of those types, does it mean I should undergo different treatments as well? It is hard having a disorder and it is harder to overcome it because it always comes with a price that not all can have.

    • bonnieterry says:

      There may be a variety of things going on that are interferring with learning and all of those may not be the ADHD. There may be areas of perception that are interferring and masking themselves as ADHD. Best advice is to have a phone consult with me so we can figure out your best plan of action. Let me know if you’d like a 30 minute complimentary consult.

  4. bonnieterry says:

    Very true! Management of ADHD requires everyone to be on board…teachers, parents, other family members, and other adults your child works with…scout leaders and coaches.

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