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Join ADHD Blog Author Dr. Mary Rooney and Huntington Learning Center in discussing important information and tips for parents of children with ADHD.
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Feeling Burned Out? Find ADHD Parenting Support Online

Parenting a child with ADHD can be overwhelming and isolating during the best of times. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are more support groups available online than ever before.

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In a Slump? Tips for Boosting Motivation for Remote Learning in Kids with ADHD

November is a tough month for kids with ADHD when it comes to staying motivated at school. The novelty of the new school year has officially worn off, summer seems like a lifetime ago, and holiday distractions are about to come on in full force.

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What to Expect from Virtual Therapy Sessions for Kids and Teens with ADHD

If you’re a parent considering telehealth treatment for your child or teen’s ADHD, you undoubtedly have questions about what to expect from virtual sessions. Here are answers to the top five questions I receive about telehealth therapy for ADHD.

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ADHD Evaluations via Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Parents who suspect that their child may have ADHD can feel especially overwhelmed by the thought of seeking out an ADHD evaluation during the pandemic, when many provider offices are closed or have limited availability for in-person appointments.

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5 Books About Bullying that are Great Conversation Starters for Kids and Parents

Initiating conversations about bullying with your child can feel intimidating and overwhelming. Fortunately, there are some fantastic books about bullying that can serve as great conversation starters.

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Understanding and Helping Your Frustrated Teen During the Coronavirus Crisis

While some teens are coping reasonably well with the school closures and stay-at-home orders, others are struggling and are far more irritable, withdrawn, and unmotivated than they would normally be.

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