Work together with your child who has ADHD to figure out what routine is best for the both of you. Parenting children with ADHD can be quite different than normal child-rearing, as you’re likely already aware. Depending on the severity and type[...]
Dealing with a shy child can sometimes be cause for concern.
Parents often seek clinical professionals to help their child move out of a shyness phase. In fact, many therapists and counselors find themselves with parents who simply do not know [...]
Understanding what your special needs child responds best to is easier than you think.
Being a parent to any child is a true blessing. However, when you have a special needs child, it can be a little more difficult if you are unprepared for the[...]
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