This week we focus on creating healthy routines for kids with ADHD.
Building routines with all children and teens is an essential element of helping them feel safe and calm. Routines can be especially valuable for those diagnosed with ADHD, or for folks that just need more help getting focused.
Below is a downloadable and customizable PDF from ADDitude Mag that lays out some structured routines that could make everyone’s day easier. Stay tuned next week for 10 Tips for Making Bedtime Easier (using routines, of course) and later in the month, Family Routines.
(Click the below image to access the PDF)
Until next week, Be Wise!
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