Parenting Tips for Raising a Child with ADHD

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Raising a child with Attention Deficit Disorder is hard on kids and hard on parents. How to parent a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to avoid frustration for both parent and child. Host Dawn Davenport interviewed the ADHD guru, Dr. Edward Hallowell, author of numerous books on ADD, including SuperParenting for ADD and Driven to Distraction. We’ll talk about parenting techniques that work with children with ADHD.

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Show re-aired in 2017.

26/02/2014 | by Radio Show | Categories: 2014 Shows, Adoption, Adoption Radio Shows, Radio Show | 1 Comments



One Response to Parenting Tips for Raising a Child with ADHD

  1. Fidget Team says:

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