ADHD Strategies for Families

Your child has ADHD but... There is nothing wrong with their brain. It just works a little differently. Simple adaptations can make  the difference between thriving and just surviving.

Plenty of exercise (but not late in the evening).

Plenty of exercise (but not late in the evening).

Managing sensory input so your child gets enough stimulation without getting overwhelmed

Structured support to manage their time, plan and organise.

Helping them manage their energy levels so they don't burn out.

Eating a wide range of colourful foods to nourish the brain and nervous system.

Sticking to a bedtime “wind down” routine.

Using a visual planner. Make sure your child is involved and you adapt the system to suit their thinking style.