. @LivingOutLoud says If You Love Someone Who Has #ADHD, Don’t Do These 20 Things

. @LivingOutLoud says If You Love Someone Who Has #ADHD, Don’t Do These 20 Things A person with ADHD can be hard to live with. The thought patterns and behaviors of a person with ADHD never go away. They are manageable, but that too, is a full-time challenge. Without proper care, ADHD can lead to … Continue reading . @LivingOutLoud says If You Love Someone Who Has #ADHD, Don’t Do These 20 Things

. @SpcialNdsJungle CALL TO ACTION: stop #SEND Tribunal nightmares

CALL TO ACTION: Let’s work together to stop SEND Tribunal nightmares Stop local authorities using tax payers’ money to buy in law firms to represent them against parents at the SEND Tribunal and; To also ask why so many cases are ending up at Tribunal in the first place   http://www.specialneedsjungle.com/call-to-action-lets-work-together-stop-send-tribunal-nightmares/

. @Everydayhealth @ADHDqueen on Improving Your #ADHD Child’s Social Skills

Our June 14 Talk is about Social Skills. Impulsiveness, frustration, and impatience can often leads to inappropriate or aggressive behaviour. While discipline is important it means nothing in the if end the child hasn’t learned to cope with the situations they face every day. Social stories can help you teach your child those skills. http://www.everydayhealth.com/columns/lisa-aro-living-a-distracted-life/foolproof-way-improve-your-adhd-childs-social-skills/Continue reading . @Everydayhealth @ADHDqueen on Improving Your #ADHD Child’s Social Skills

. @mailonline reports on @TheVoiceAU @TicTwitchTeen w/ #ADHD

Adam Ladell has anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The singer comes into his own when he sings. He has set up his own YouTube channel called TicTwitchTeen which documents his life with the conditions http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3637379/The-Voice-Australia-adds-delay-Adam-Ladell-perform.html#ixzz4BRo9p2Nt  

. @the_hindu reports @vexceltrust @OISTedu #ADHD kids arent’ misbehaving

This research reminds parents and teachers “that children with ADHD are not deliberately misbehaving, and that they may better adapt their behaviour to a given situation if they are made aware or reminded of the expectations of a given situation and also warned/reminded when these expectations change”. In a way, it gives parents and teachers … Continue reading . @the_hindu reports @vexceltrust @OISTedu #ADHD kids arent’ misbehaving