One of the most prominent challenges for children with behavioral issues such as ADHD or autism is being able to maintain attention. This challenge can affect all aspects of life, from connecting relationally to performance in school. While this deficit in focus can appear to be an impairment, a more modern understanding...
The quote, “We don’t want to make your children “manageable”. We want to help them be who they are.”, comes from our desire to help support natural calm, focus, and sleep that doesn’t diminish the creativity and intelligence of a person. We don’t want to sedate; we want to support balance.
As the weather gets colder, it’s generally harder to keep you and your family healthy and to fight off sickness. To give you and your kids a helping hand in staying healthy, focus on getting these nutrients in your diet.
Kids who really fall into the “hyperactivity” category of ADHD often struggle to direct their energy towards something productive, further exacerbating feelings of restlessness and anxiety. As a parent, there are plenty of ways you can create some beneficial structure for your kids and to help them thrive. Here are some of the best activities for kids with ADHD that you can try.