Why summer camps work for children with ADHD

Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are often categorized as those with limited attention spans, difficulty making friends, constantly moving (never sitting still, fidgeting, rushing off), prone to blurt things out, and challenged in following directions despite understanding what has been asked – to name a few.  As any parent of a child with […]

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How to Prevent Children from Being Addicted to Screens?

Have you noticed that your children get more nervous than usual when you remove their tablet, mobile or console? When children begin to need these devices in their day to day life and constantly we can sense that they are overexposed to the screens, something that generates dependence, difficulty in falling asleep, tension and nervousness. What can […]

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They Grow up so Fast: 4 Ways You Can Prepare Your Pre-Teen Daughter for the Years That Lie Ahead

Adolescence can be a difficult time for both parents and their kids. The teenage years are a stormy period full of intense emotional ups and downs. The hormonal shifts that come with the onset of puberty can mean that a happy, playful little girl can shift to a sullen, moody teenager in what seems like […]

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Children and Difficulties with Doing Homework

Children and Problems with School Homework Children’s aversion to and struggle with homework is age-old. Tasks assigned for the home are a source of stress for both children and their parents because of the inherent pressure of their completion and the overwhelming expectations regarding children’s high educational outcomes. It’s a common perception that learning tasks […]

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