Executive Functioning Skills - they're all the buzz when it comes to children with ADHD. However, as parents, we can model those skills in our daily routines and by externalizing our internal monologue!
Read my blog with ADDitude Magazine to help build your child's executive functioning skills as you use yours!
Often times, our children with ADHD struggle with social skills. Whether it's knowing when to stop talking, continue the conversation by asking a question, or by understanding what someone is implying.
As our children get older, social interactions become more complex, and more is communicated non-verbally and gesturally.
Ready my latest blog with MommyBites to gain easy strategies that you can use to help your child with ADHD develop social skills right at home!
The holidays are here and the pressure is on to do all the things we do that make the holidays feel special! For a parent of a child with special needs, this is an especially stressful time as there is the change in routines that can result in distress and behaviors.
In my latest blog with Different Dream, my focus is not on how to get through the holidays with your child, but rather for how you can make this holiday season a little bit more manageable as a parent.
Click here to read my blog with Different Dream
Dr. Liz Matheis
Dr Liz Matheis and her team specialize in assisting children and their families with Anxiety, Autism, AD/HD, Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Struggles