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  • The Homework Battle! 5 tips to getting a win/win posted: Friday, March 25, 2016 Homework Battles are a No-Win situation for you and your kids. Parents are often bogged down by the constant stress caused by power struggles, and kids can come to resent a parent bugging them about homework every day.  Over time, associating these showdowns with schoolwork creates a negative belief that learning is painful, and a child’s homewo...
  • Bad Grades in School? 5 strategies for parents! posted: Sunday, February 28, 2016 Is your child getting bad grades in school? Is it affecting their academic confidence and self esteem?  Here are 5 strategies San Diego families can do to help their children at home. 1. Evaluate your child’s Social & Emotional Intelligence Social and emotional skills are strongly tied to academic success. When students aren’t get...
  • Succeeding with ADHD: 5 Strategies for Supporting your Child at Home posted: Monday, February 8, 2016 Children with ADHD can succeed. Use these 5 simple strategies to improve planning, attention, memory, flexibility, discipline, and self-monitoring skills....
  • Benefits of Summer Tutoring posted: Friday, June 12, 2015 Some parents and students believe that summer should be all about relaxing and having fun.  Yes, summer should definitely include downtime for parents and children! However, the consequences of too much downtime can be pretty detrimental to the stress children will feel with September looming around the corner. We want to make sure that there is n...
  • ADHD and Bullying posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 By Dan Roth Depending on what study you look at, people with ADHD are approximately four times more likely to be bullies and ten times more likely to be bullied. The reasons for this are many but let’s start by looking at the facts. It is universally agreed certain factors increase the likelihood of being bullied. According to stopbullying.gov, &...
  • ADHD and Exercise posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 By Dan Roth As an expert in ADHD, as well as someone who has it, one of the most common questions that is asked is, “what are alternative’s to medication?’ and ‘My child is on medication but still can’t focus all the time, is there anything else I can do to help?” There are a ton of answers but the one that often is the first out of my ...
  • 5 Things a Parent Can Do to Support Their Child with ADHD posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 By Dan Roth This article is a continuation of first article on Practical Tips for Coping with ADHD. A child with ADHD is going to have to deal with a wide variety of challenges throughout the course of their lives. As a parent it is important that you are able to support your child and provide them with the right environment for them to succeed. H...
  • Practical Tips for Coping with ADHD posted: Thursday, January 24, 2013 As someone who has dealt with ADHD my entire life and has gone on to work with parents and children with ADHD, I am often asked a lot of the same questions. One of the most common questions I get is “What can I do to support my kid with ADHD”. ...
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