Do you want to finally learn how to behave with children with ADHD?
If you're dealing with ADHD children, your biggest concerns and frustrations deal with not knowing where to seek help and and how to support them during the phases of growth.
You may be asking, “Doesn’t this happen to all kids?” Yes, it happens; all kids lose focus and are hyperactive, especially when anxious or excited. However, ADHD children experience these behavioral disorders over a prolonged period of time and in different settings. Thus, ADHD limits a child’s ability to function socially, academically, and even at home.
This audio guide will give you a comprehensive idea of what ADHD is and how you can deal with children who suffer from it. It will provide you with simple tips and techniques on how ADHD, despite being a serious and complicated disorder, can be dealt with efficiently and properly. Awareness will help you get a grip on your frustration. When you know the triggers, you can prepare for them.
This audiobook covers:
Accepting your child’s ADHD
The ADHD advantages
Improving social skills
Behavior therapy techniques
Practices to improve listening skills
Effective methods to contrast behavioral challenges
Managing ADHD with the right nutrition
And much, much more!
Some parents may have trouble accepting the fact that their children got diagnosed with ADHD. It can be difficult to internalize, especially if you see your child as bright, active, and naturally curious. In some cases, parents may have a hard time figuring out when they can be firm and when to be patient. In this audiobook, you get to know the facts about ADHD and its very specific symptoms, strategies to better manage a child who has the disorder, and how to improve your behavior toward your child so that you can be adequately prepared parents.
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