You think your child might have ADHD, but don’t know what steps to take next. Today we have a post written by The Childhood Collective on where to look for answers and advice.The Childhood Collective is a team of two child psychologists (Lori Long, Ph.D. and Mallory Yee, Ph.D.) and a speech language pathologist (Katie Severson, M.S., CCC-SLP).
OctoberisADHD Awareness Month.We have some exciting things comingyourway. This October we will be sharing guest blog posts from experts on how to best aide your students and children withADHD. Our goal at Time Timer is to provide resources for you to use with your students and children, especially during this time of changing learning routines.
October is ADHD Awareness Month. Here at Time Timer, we’re sharing facts, tips, tools, and insights along with weekly giveaways all month long. To kick things off, we have compiled five great resources to learn more about ADHD and tools to help.