Week 7 Class: The Great Screen Debate
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8-Week Parenting Class from ADDitude
Put Down That Device!

How to Get Your Child to Put Down That Screen!
“The video games are out of control!” “You are addicted to your phone!” If you have a child or teen with ADHD, chances are good you’ve said this — maybe several times in the last week (or day). Even if your kids need devices for school, there are ways to build in technology breaks and balance screen use »

Mo Devices Mo Problems: ADDitude’s Top 10 Parental Control Apps
Top 10 Parental Control Apps
Before handing your impulsive child a new screen, educate him about smart, safe Internet use, and use these apps to put restrictions in place »
How to Protect Your Child From Cyberbullying
How to Handle Cyberbullying
When bullies operate online, they can remain anonymous and behave in ways they never would in person. How to keep your child safe »
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Beyond Minecraft: How to Get Your Child to Log Off
Case Study: The Magnetic Pull of Minecraft
Games like this deliver the clear, constant feedback that ADHD brains crave, and can build problem-solving skills. The trick is how to transfer gaming wins to real life »
Is My Child Too Young to Text? Probably.
"Is My Child Too Young to Text?" Probably.
Communication by way of texts, group chats, and social media is complex even for neurotypical tweens. Manage your child's online interaction with this two-part technology plan »
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Previous installments of ADDitude's 8-Week Parenting Class:
> Week 1: Organization & Chores
> Week 2: Positive Parenting
> Week 3: Sleep & Routines
> Week 4: Discipline & Behavior
> Week 5: Diet & Nutrition
> Week 6: Improving Executive Function
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