Attaching a name to a disorder is just the beginning. Home and school success often depends on the skill of parents who know how to meet their child’s special needs. Foster parents will enjoy new ideas for how to end the homework hassle, advocate successfully for the child at school, deal with the frustration of siblings, improve social skills and preserve the self-esteem of the child who struggles with ADHD. The unique gifts of these children will also be considered.
Many proven techniques offered for school success will also benefit parents of children with learning disabilities. Over 30 practical tips for how to help these children get organized, complete tasks and keep friends.
Kim’s ADHD Program was recently chosen by the Institute for Human Services in Columbus to be the curriculum used for training of thousands of foster and adoptive parents throughout Ohio.