Category Archives: Strategies

Say Again?

/ September 23, 2012/ Parenting, Resources, Strategies

Here’s another one of our tips from the book, 365+1 Ways to Succeed With ADHD: A Whole New Year’s Worth of Valuable Tips and Strategies From the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts: ADHD can get in the way of someone’s paying attention to, understanding, and/or remembering what someone else is saying.  When kids are

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When You Say NO, What Are You Saying YES To?

/ September 9, 2012/ Parenting, Resources, Strategies

Here’s a sneak peek at one of our tips from the upcoming book, 365+1 Ways to Succeed With ADHD: A Whole New Year’s Worth of Valuable Tips and Strategies From the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts: There will be a book launch party with extra “goodies” from the contributors for those who buy

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365+1 Ways To Succeed with ADHD

/ August 10, 2012/ Resources, Strategies

Sarah D. Wright and Roxanne Fouché are pleased to announce their participation as co-authors of the new book, 365+1 Ways to Succeed with ADHD.  The book is a follow up to 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD, which became a #1 bestseller on Amazon.com in 2011.  The new book is expected to be available in September

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Parenting Kids with ADHD

/ July 23, 2012/ Parenting, Resources, School, Strategies

Roxanne Fouche will be ImpactADHD’s featured expert for the week beginning August 7th. Check out the post and this valuable website, which is full of good information and support for parents raising kids with ADHD –  http://impactadhd.com/featured-expert/getting-the-right-kind-of-help-for-your-child-and-you

Succeeding in College

/ November 28, 2011/ College, Resources, Strategies, Students

Here’s another one of the tips from our book, 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD: A Full Year of Valuable Tips & Strategies from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches & Experts!!! Available from Amazon.com College can be particularly challenging for students with ADHD because academic expectations increase while there is a decrease in external structure.

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Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask First

/ November 7, 2011/ Parenting, Strategies

Here’s one of the tips from our book, 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD: A Full Year of Valuable Tips & Strategies from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches & Experts!!! Available at Amazon.com Mothers, especially those whose children have ADHD or other difficulties, have a tendency to place others’ needs ahead of their own. It

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College and ADHD

/ November 1, 2011/ College, Strategies, Students

Academically, college can be a challenge for any student – but especially for one with ADHD, learning disabilities or related issues. Academic expectations increase in college at a time when there is a decrease in external structure from parents and school. There is often limited feedback on class progress, as tests occur infrequently, and daily

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Getting Things Done

/ October 24, 2011/ Strategies

One common frustration of people with ADD/ADHD is not being able to accomplish the things that need to get done. Sometimes we know what we need to do and just can’t seem to “make ourselves” do it. Sometimes, we are so overwhelmed with the sheer number, or the complexity, of the things that need

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Book Launch!

/ October 10, 2011/ ADHD Awareness, Resources, Strategies

Tomorrow (Tuesday, October 11, 2011), 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD, a book we have helped co-author, becomes available! Click here on Tuesday, October 11th to buy our new book! In 365 ways to succeed with ADHD, you will learn from us, and 80 other ADHD experts, what you need to succeed with ADHD…

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Plan is Not a “Four-Letter” Word

/ September 13, 2011/ Strategies

Here’s a sneak peek at one of our tips from the upcoming book, 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD: A Full Year of Valuable Tips & Strategies from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches & Experts!!! There will be a book launch party with extra “goodies” from the contributors for those who buy the book

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