The Daily Habits of Organized Kids: Simple, effective ways to keep your family organized and stress free
Written by: Dr. Liz Matheis and Featured by: Brain Azium
"Though they may insist otherwise, children with ADHD desperately need and often thrive with reliable daily routines — particularly in the morning and at bedtime. Why? Many children with ADHD exhibit executive function deficits, which means they have a hard time organizing tasks in their minds — making it difficult to figure out how much time it will take to brush their teeth, take a bath, or choose an outfit."
Today's blog discusses strategies to relieve stress and create structure in your home. Establishing routines for homework and other daily tasks can help you and your children deal with the demands of everyday life!
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