A while ago, I found this wonderful document, which was first printed in the newsletter of the Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children.
Authored by Ruth Harris, the ADHD Child’s Bill of Rights can help every parent better understand their ADHD child and what he or she needs.
I love these ten “rights”- because they’re so right for my own – and every other child with ADHD.
Would you like to download them as a printable .pdf so you can hang it on your fridge or on the wall?
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Jennifer was born in Newfoundland, Canada’s easternmost province. After graduating from Memorial University with a BA in Psychology she moved to Halifax to learn about IT and eventually found herself working in the insurance industry for 10 years. During this time she met her husband and now is a proud wife and mother of two boys. Always interested in healthy nutrition, essential oils and holistic wellness, she furthered her education and skills and graduated as a certified integrative nutrition health coach. A little while back one of her children was labeled as being ADHD so it was only natural for her to learn and study everything available on this and related topics. This enables her to now help other parents with children labeled as ADHD, ADD, ASD, Autism etc. to not only access conventional care, but in cooperation with Dr. Christine to develop and offer true holistic care for affected families and Individuals. Having a caring attitude and excellent listetning skills, while bing able to challenge and kick b..., she is bringing massive value to her clients.
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