Learn to help your child with AD/HD by using practical and meaningful strategies geared to his level of development and his symptoms.
Getting behind the wheel can be especially risky for teens with ADHD. But with extra time and effort, you can help your teen become a safe, competent driver.
If you're considering medication for your child with ADHD, read this important information.
A two-part strategy of preparing your child and preparing the situation will make your family vacation fun for all.
The key to performing well on tests is preparation - weeks, not hours, in advance. Learn to take good class notes, read to comprehend, and plan a test review schedule.
Tips to help your child manage assignments, clutter and time.
Although parents of children with AD/HD want the very best treatment for their children, not all AD/HD therapies meet scientific standards. Learn what works -- and what not to waste your time and money on.
Media stories about stimulant medications for AD/HD are often misleading. Learn what research tells us about AD/HD medications and the risk of substance abuse in children and teens.
Does your teenager have AD/HD? Learn how to keep lines of communication open while promoting his indpendence.
Dr. Sam Goldstein describes the many risks and vulnerabilities teenagers with AD/HD face.