Although procrastination is not acknowledged as an ADHD symptom, from our experiences as executive function coaches we have found it to be a big part of the ADHD experience.
Ludo highlights his challenges with ADHD, his executive functioning and how executive function coaching has helped him changed his life.
All of us can work on our executive functioning. The important thing is that this takes time. Read our blog and find out why executive functions are important and about the support that is available.
Applying executive function strategies to help your child navigate the transition back in to the school routine will make it smoother for everyone.
Working on your child’s executive function development throughout the summer will minimise the difficult transition back into school in September.
Being a parent to a teen with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be an extremely rewarding experience and a powerful advantage if channelled in an effective way.
Understanding how different cultures shape developing brains could contribute to new strategies that promote healthy executive function development for all children.