Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner Tammy Fortune

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We recently had the chance to speak with Tammy Fortune, author of the MCA Award-Winning book, Did You Say Pasghetti? Dusty and Danny Tackle Dyslexia! Did You Say Pasghetti? Dusty and Danny Tackle Dyslexia! is a story about a child named Danny his best friend & dog, Dusty, and their humorous adventures as they learn to train their brains, understand dyslexia and tackle their learning challenges. Did You Say Pasghetti? Dusty and Danny Tackle Dyslexia! is a lovely story that is a perfect read not only for children who struggle with learning difficulties but also for all children to help them understand that some people learn differently than others. Read More

Interview with Mom’s Choice Award-Winner Connie Salama

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Hello, Mom’s Choice readers! As we continue our ongoing interview series, we bring to you a one-on-one we had with Connie Salama, Creator and CEO of the Award-winning SNAP Nutrients. SNAP Nutrients is a natural treatment for ADHD and other disorders including ODD, DMDD, ASD, Anxiety, mood and behavior disorders. SNAP is created with a well-researched nutrient blend that helps stabilize moods, which calms wild minds and soothes the soul. We are excited to share with you all some more details about this amazing product, keep reading for the full interview with Connie! Read More

10 Things Parents Can Do For ADHD Awareness

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Take a class with a coach that has strategies to bring out the best in you and your child. When people make fun of ADHD say, “ADHD is awesome.” or “Why would you make fun of a human being?” or “You don’t know much about ADHD, do you?” Every time someone asks, “Does your child have ADD/ADHD?” say, “Yes, but I don’t believe it’s a disorder. Some of the most creative and successful people have ADHD.” (Michael Phelps, Robin Williams, Simone Biles, and Emma Watson, and so on). Read More

Why is Writing Challenging for ADHD Kids?

Why writing challenging ADHD kids

Writing isn’t easy. Writing well is one of the hardest school skills that we learn. It’s just not straightforward, like math, or relaxing like art. Writing requires effort. This is true, to a certain extent, for everyone. Even writers. For instance, have you ever heard of Math Block or Touchdown Block, or French block? Not likely, but there IS writer’s block. It’s when the ideas are stuck and you can’t access them. Read More

ADHD and Friendships

ADHD and Friendships

Justin sits alone at lunch every. single. day. His only friends are his cousins, who have known him since they were all babies together and are accepting of his super-shy, silent, and scattered personality. The school has called about their concerns that Justin is suffering in some way. His mother tells me, “My heart breaks when I think of him sitting alone. Why is there NO ONE who will talk to him?” Read More

Pitfalls of Creating Behavior Expectations for ADHD Children

Pitfalls of Creating Behavior Expectations for ADHD Children

Creating behavior expectations for ADHD kids is tricky but it doesn’t have to be when parents are open to changing preconceived notions. You’ll actually find yourself doing less work keeping your kids in line! Watch out for these pitfalls when you’re creating behavior expectations for children with ADHD. Read More