Once again many of us find ourselves homeschooling our children. This puts a strain on many families, especially if you are also working. Homeschooling is challenging at the best of times, but even more so if you have a child with ADHD. A survey by ADDitude after the first national lockdown asked parents specifically about their experience of homeschooling. Here are some key points that were made.
Even if it’s only for a short time, getting out in green space can help with impulse control and concentration in both children and adults. Research has found that children with ADHD who regularly play in green settings have milder symptoms than children who play in non-green outdoor and indoor settings.
For children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), finding the right learning methods can have a significant impact on both their grades and their confidence. Today’s ever-evolving technology provides us with an alternative approach to traditional learning styles that might suit certain kids better. These seven brain-healthy mobile apps can help children with ADHD to improve their educational, social and emotional skills while having fun!