Steps to Help Kids with ADHD Manage Their Emotional Outbursts
Between 50-70% of kids with ADHD have symptoms of emotional impulsivity, which means they are more easily frustrated, impatient, excited, angry and annoyed than other kids who are the same age, sex and developmental level as them. Read steps parents can take to help kids manage these emotional outbursts.
5 Tips for Talking to Teachers About ADHD
Establishing a relationship with your child's teacher is a crucial step in helping your child with ADHD navigate school. Read 5 tips on how to talk to talk to your child's teacher, from one of our experts.
9 Questions to Ask When You Suspect Your Preschooler May Have ADHD
How can parents tell if their preschooler's behavior is “typical” or if there is an underlying neurodevelopmental issue like ADHD? Answer these 9 questions.
9 Steps to Help Kids Manage Their Anger
There is no quick fix for helping kids to manage their anger. But there are some strategies we can employ to help them regulate it better. Read 9 steps:
Tips to Manage Summertime ADHD Challenges
Try these ADHD time and stress management strategies with your family this summer.
Diagnosis Is Key to Helping Kids with A.D.H.D.
A brief summary of and link to a piece by Tanya Froehlich, MD, MS, FAAP, about the importance of properly diagnosing A.D.H.D.
Connor and Country Music: Raising Awareness for Tourette Syndrome
Country music is like medicine to my 9-year-old son. Sometimes when he’s having a bad day or if he’s been bullied, he’ll come home and listen to the music on
ADHD or Autism: How Are The Signs Different?
Autism and ADHD in children both exhibit similar symptoms, making it difficult to distinguish between the two. Learn more about these conditions and when consult your physician.
Common Household Pesticide Linked to ADHD in Boys
A new study reinforces the link between ADHD and pyrethroid, a class of pesticide used frequently in homes. The study by Cincinnati Children’s, published in the journal Environmental Health, took
ADHD Teens with Behavioral Problems are More Likely to Use Alcohol and Tobacco
A new study shows that young teens, ages 12-15, diagnosed with both ADHD and conduct disorder (aggressive, destructive or deceitful behavior), are three-to-five times more likely to use alcohol and
ADHD and its Medications Correlated with Weight Gain in Teen Years
A study by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows that attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the medications used to treat its symptoms may increase weight gain in teens who
Summer Reading Program
A new Cincinnati Children’s study hopes to make a difference for children who struggle with reading and attention problems. Tzipi Horowitz-Kraus, PhD and Jennifer Vannest, PhD first started the study using