To introduce a new series, ADHD Tips for Parents
, I'm sharing this new infographic for the first time. On the left are common ADHD behaviors that are not such great ways of coping with ADHD. On the right are some good options for parents to introduce as less annoying, less harmful alternatives. I would love to hear what solutions you've found to helpful for yourself or your kiddo with ADHD, let me know in the comment section.
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...The ADHD brain tends to have an understimulated frontal lobe, where decision making, planning, and organizing happens. People with ADHD naturally choose activities and habits to help stimulate that area of the brain. Noisy fidgeting is very common, things like tapping feet, clicking pens, cracking knuckles, and tends to irritate others. CONTINUE READING