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The Difference Between Sensory Processing Issues and ADHD

When doing assessments, we often find that children are diagnosed with ADHD when in fact it is a sensory processing issue. Have a look at the article below to learn more about sensory processing issues and ADHD and how to distinguish between the two. 962 more words


I knew he could do it!!

Today was a day of successes in spite of a small set back.

A meltdown happened between the time Dalton got home from school and the time I got home from work…but as soon as I walked in the door ..he calmed and refocused and we got busy on our exercises.   286 more words


Forcing Out A Post

Why is writing so hard for me sometimes? This should be an enjoyable experience, but when you have 20 million thoughts pulling you in all directions, it is hard to focus on one thing to write about. 90 more words

Adult Adhd

It Might Sound Like Rambling, But...

So today while driving I had a thought about the meaning of life and purpose and what not like I usually do. Today’s was full of insight. 430 more words

Having a Teenager With ADHD Is “Interesting”


When you have a kids the first thing you are warned about are the newborn weeks. Sleepless nights, stressful days, and difficulty starting breastfeeding are some of the nightmare scenarios fellow parents warn you about. 378 more words

ADHD Symptoms: This Disorder Can Look Very Different In Girls

The Huffington Post Canada  | 

By Patricia Tomasi 02/17/2016

I met Jennie Rosecan in an online support group for parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 1,174 more words


I'm sorry you feel that way...

I have received some negative feedback about the decision we made to enroll Dalton into the Brain Balance program.  There are people who have privately contacted me that “knew” or “know” people who have tried this program and it yielded little to no result…  First of all…allow me the opportunity to thank you for engaging.   180 more words