Week 6 Class: Executive Functioning in Children with ADHD
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8-Week Parenting Class from ADDitude
Your Child’s 7 Executive Functions — and How to Boost Them

How to Boost Your Child’s 7 Executive Functions
Children with ADHD often struggle with planning and problem solving, working memory, motivation, emotional regulation, and other faulty executive functions that make school and daily life highly frustrating. Learn how to improve your child's executive functioning »

It’s Easy to Hover Over a Child with Executive Function Deficits. Don’t.
It’s Tempting to Hover Over a Child with EF Deficits. Don’t.
We not only have to teach children executive functioning, we have to give them the chance to practice these skills.
Bring Out Your Child’s Inner Executive
How to Bring Out Your Child’s Inner Executive
Six parent-led strategies to help your child with executive dysfunction at home and back at school.
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How to Steer Your Teen Without Hovering or Nagging
How to Steer Your Teen Without Nagging
Your teen's executive functions are, well... developing slowly. And helicopter-parenting isn't helping. 8 better ways to keep her on the right track »
9 Secrets to a Super Effective School Planner
9 Secrets to a Super Effective School Planner
Students with ADHD who use school planners are more organized and earn higher grades. But only if they use them correctly. How to teach this skill »
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An educational resource for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with ADHD. The site is filled with information designed to support those living with ADHD, and offers support and resources to address many of the treatment complexities that can be associated with an ADHD diagnosis.
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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
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