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"Boyd has become a discipline problem at school, resisting sitting still in class and getting bored easily. When Kristin explains that the school counselor suggests he go on medicine for ADHD, both Ryan and Mike passionately disagree. Meanwhile, with some extra help, Mandy spends all of her time studying in an effort to get good grades for a change. "
Brain Potential Institute offers a customized, one-on-one online Brain Training program to improve b
Brain Potential Institute offers a customized, one-on-one online Brain Training program to improve brain function, memory and thinking speed. We treat most types of learning disabilities along with tutoring for all ages from preschool through college coaching, Senior citizens also welcome :-)
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17 Things to Love About Your ADHD! Don't mistake your ADHD strengths for symptoms! They are unique traits and abilities that make you more creative, spontaneous, caring, and energetic than anyone you know. Here are a few of our favorites benefits of ADHD.
There can be other reasons as well. It's important to keep educating.
Your child is not deliberately willful, disobedient, scattered, demanding, obnoxious, aggressive, or lazy. They have ADHD — a neurological condition with symptoms too often mistaken for willful “bad behavior.” But research shows that criticizing your child is likely to make their symptoms worse. Here is a better way.
Conditions That Change Your Brain Some changes in diet can really help people with schizophrenia. Here’s a look at some foods to consider, and a couple to avoid.
It goes without saying that the changes to our schedules have been extreme during this pandemic. Here's some guidance....take a breath. As a parent, it has been so difficult and so stressful to suddenly be thrown into the education arena. That stress compounded during the summer months, as we faced children unable to engage with others, visit grandparents, hang out with friends.
So, here we are, and another school year looms in the very near future. Facing the decision on whether to place your child back into the physical classroom or remain in the virtual is easy for some; extremely difficult for others. Just know this...there is no one right way, nor one wrong way to teach. All knowledge is beneficial, and if you make the wrong choice, it's not forever. Give your kids and yourself a huge pat on the back; take a deep breath, and jump into whatever you have chosen. We are all going to be okay.
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Psst! Take Your Kids On Virtual Rides While Disney Parks Are Closed Due To COVID-19 Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, and more might be taking some time off during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak as Disney World and Disneyland are closed for at least a few weeks, but you can still experience some of that magic while everyone is…
Scholastic releases free daily courses for kids stuck home amid coronavirus school closures Each day of content is filled with exciting articles and stories, videos, and fun learning challenges. The students can even go on virtual field trips or meet best-selling authors.
Coronavirus - BrainPOP Learn all about the coronavirus that started making people sick in 2019.
With school closures around the country due to , please use our FREE children's literacy resource featuring the world's best storytellers reading books aloud. Each video includes an activity guide with lessons for K-5 students to do at home. www.storylineonline.net
Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch Going into a self-quarantine can have many complex issues and complications beyond having enough food and supplies for two weeks. In terms of entertainment, it…
We have long been able to state that dyslexia was not just about reading, but rather the brain's ability to process and save the information read. This article states that the issue is brain plasticity. Good to see research to correlate with what we have been seeing, and treating, for years.
Dyslexia Doesn’t Work the Way We Thought It Did - Mental Floss - Pocket Studies find it’s the quick loss of recent implicit memory that is holding the brain back.
It is always astonishing and sad to see how little our students are actually learning. Schools teach to the test; which is a huge disservice to their future educational potential.
Why American Students Haven’t Gotten Better at Reading in 20 Years - The Atlantic - Pocket Schools usually focus on teaching comprehension skills instead of general knowledge—even though education researchers know better.
Interesting insight to a very real issue!
Procrastination: It’s Pretty Much All in the Mind - BBC News - Pocket To procrastinate or not: the answer may be down to differences in how our brains are wired, a study suggests.
This is an interesting and timely article about the Keto diet.
Is the Keto Diet Good or Bad for Brain Health? | Amen Clinics You may think the keto diet is just the latest trend in weight loss, but did you know that it has been used since the 1920s in treatment-resistant epilepsy?
Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away Researchers Pam Mueller and Daniel M. Oppenheimer found that students remember more via taking notes longhand rather than on a laptop. It has to do with what happens when you're forced to slow down.
New Studies Show What Sleep Loss Does To The Brain And Cognition Sleep loss is no longer considered an emblem of productivity or success—research has shown over and over that it’s one of the worst things we can do for ourselves.
Researchers Reveal Kids Who Get More Hugs Have More Developed Brains All parents out there who cannot keep their arms off their kids are on the right path, and their children will thank them for it one day. Namely, researchers have found that hugging, as a form of physical affection, during the developmental period of the baby, is extremely important. The affection s...
Why Some Play the “Class Clown”
understood.org Kids often goof off or play the class clown or seek attention. They might also be covering up things like bullying or anxiety. Learn more.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? - AOP Homeschooling Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
5 Fun Brain Games to Foster Learning When it comes to playing games you can always count on developing skills you’ll be able to translate to real life.
Why Kids Should Keep Using Their Fingers to do Math As they get older, kids are often discouraged from using their fingers to do math. However, research is showing that doing math with fingers is helping the brain.
Overwhelmed Mom Syndrome — It’s a Real Thing Running a household is grueling enough without ADHD. Here are 8 life-saving tips for parents with executive function deficits, lagging patience, and hardly enough time to read this.
Test-Day Anxiety? 3 Brain-Based Techniques to Get Over It Learn a number of science-based techniques you can try to calm your nerves and enhance cognitive function to alleviate text day anxiety.
What’s Your Bag? I store loads of stuff in bags, forget what’s in there, only to be surprised when I finally look inside.
The #1 Study Hack You Never Learned | Amen Clinics When you get your brain right, learning, studying, memorizing, and test-taking will be much easier for you. Learn these strategies to optimize your brain.
Are You a Player? Adults with attention deficit who get their minimum daily requirement of play are happier, healthier, and focused. Tips to have fun and stay playful to ease ADHD symptoms.
Why Some Kids Fall Apart When They Get Home From School Does your child hold it together at school and then fall apart at home? Learn why some kids are angry or upset when they get home from school, and how to help.
Swimming helps your BRAIN!
Wait…Swimming Does WHAT to My Body?!!? (Just Being in a Pool of Warm Water at Chest-Level Positively Effect Blood Flow to the Brain) Some super surprising ways this aquatic exercise can change your body…
“I Remembered Not to Forget!” If complex instructions or information fly easily out of your child’s mind, use these in-school and at-home tips to reduce the nagging and improve his working memory.
8 Reasons Kids Might Read Slowly Kids read slowly for lots of reasons, but that doesn't mean they're not good at reading. Explore 8 reasons your child might be a slow reader.
Why Kids Need Risk, Fear And Excitement In Play Concerned parents can often be heard urging safety when children are at play. Recent research suggests this may be over-protective and that kids need more opportunities for risky play outdoors.
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