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Week 1: Organization & Time Management
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Welcome!
We are thrilled to introduce you to our 8-Week Parenting Class — a newsletter series focused on these critical topics for caregivers & children with ADHD:
  • Organization & Time Management
  • Self-Esteem & Friendships
  • Behavior & Discipline
  • Technology & Screen Time
  • Defiance, Meltdowns, & Anger
  • Your Child's Treatment Plan
  • Special Focus: ADHD in Boys / Girls
  • ADHD in Teens: Top 5 Challenges
Your job is simple: Open. Read. Take action!
WEEK #1: Organization & Time Management
The Importance of a Daily Schedule for Kids with ADHD: Sample Routines and More

Reliable Routines for Children with ADHD
Our kids need consistent schedules. Setting routines for mornings, after school, and bedtime help tremendously with setting expectations, building good habits, and improving ADD-related behavior. Learn more & see sample schedules »

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The Messy Bedroom (and Backpack and Locker) Cure for Kids with ADHD
A Messy Bedroom ( Locker and Backpack) Cure
Weak executive functions make it hard for ADHD brains to clean up. Use these practical organization tips to clear the clutter for good. Learn how >
If Your Mornings Are Hell, Read This
If Your Mornings Are Hell, Read This
Kids with ADHD need clear expectations and external signals to wake up, get ready, and get to school on time. This morning routine can help.
Less Messy in 30 Days!
Less Mess in 30 Days?!
Tired of the screaming matches? Try this month-long plan for organizing kids’ bedrooms, desks, closets, & more. Day 1: Clear Off the Bed. Get more skills to last a lifetime.
Be On Time! Teaching Sequence and Schedules
Teaching Time Awareness
Most children (and adults) with ADHD struggle to organize their time effectively. Here, learn how to use calendars and clocks to teach your child the value of strong priorities.
Introducing MoreToADHD.com—a new resource for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with ADHD. What is surprising to many families living with this disorder is that ADHD is often just the “tip of the iceberg.” Learn more at MoreToADHD.com.
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