It’s “Back-to-It” Time!

No matter what we do, we all have some kind of job. Whether you’re a doctor, nurse, business manager, student, stay-at-home parent, or something else, we all have a job we have to do. Many of us have several! Many of us also feel at the end of our long “work” days that we just […]

10 Back-To-School Tips Anyone Can Use!

Whether you are the parent of a school-age child with ADHD or an adult looking to make change yourself, these back-to-school tips have something for everyone! 1.  Be a part of your child’s team at school.  Whether your child has a Section 504 Plan, an IEP, or neither, it is essential to his school success […]

Getting Back on Track with ADHD / ADD

We all find ourselves “off track” from time to time, when we are not doing what we know has worked for us in the past.  It can happen for many different reasons, but most commonly it is when there is some sort of disruption in our usual structure or routine such as holidays, vacations, illness, […]

Out of Structure, Comes Freedom!

I am not what you would call a naturally organized person.  I always joke that I didn’t get that gene.  It seems to have skipped a generation in my case.  My mother is insanely organized, as is my daughter, but my daughter didn’t get it from me, although she might have inherited it through me.  […]

“Out-the-Door” Struggles, Punctuality, and the Morning Fog

As an ADD Coach, one of the most common complaints I hear from clients is about difficulty being on time: for work, for appointments, for meetings, and even for fun events.  It is stressful for us, frustrating for others, and can cause problems in personal as well as professional relationships.  For parents, our out-the-door struggles […]

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