The ADHD Parent Care Package:
Support and Encouragement for Parents of Teens and Young Adults with ADHD
Was your high school student just diagnosed with ADHD and you’re not sure how to help him?
Is your ADHD daughter off at college and you’re worried sick she’ll stumble without you to watch over her shoulder?
Are your tried and true parenting methods going out the window now that your child has become a teen?
Are you a concerned grandparent, neighbor or friend who wants to learn more about ADHD and teens?
The FREE ADHD Parent Care Package was written for you!
ADHD can be a challenging condition for both you and your child. The ADHD Parent Care Package is filled with ideas, facts, resources and encouragement designed to make your job easier as a parent of a teen or college student with ADHD.
Do you know:
- Which ADHD symptoms get better and which ones cause new challenges as your child grows?
- What are the 7 other conditions that often accompany and complicate ADHD?
- What are the 8 areas of executive functioning and how they impacts your child’s ability to learn?
- What legal protections does your child have when diagnosed with ADHD?
The ADHD Parent Care Package covers the scientifically-based facts about ADHD and how it impacts your child’s brain and his ability to learn in school. It also includes:
- Life saving tips to mitigate the risks of an ADHD teens – especially as they are learning to drive or keeping their medication secure on campus
- Changes in your child’s legal status when she turns 18 and how it impacts parenting
- How ADHD coaching provides a non-medicated method proven to work with ADHD
- Steps can you take right now to help your child become a better advocate for himself
But wait, there’s more! The free Care Package also includes:
- A glossary of special education and disability-related terms that you’ll need to know if you are seeking accommodations for ADHD.
- A list of some of the best ADHD parenting books we’ve read and reputable on-line resources you can trust.
- 7 vital facts about ADHD to share with family and friends
- What’s special about girls with ADHD
You’ve already put more time, energy and resources into your child than the “average” parent. Helping your child learn to manage his own ADHD symptoms is a lifelong journey. You’re here because you’re convinced that your child is capable of standing on her own but needs something more – perhaps a push – in the right direction. And we agree with you!