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Resources to Help Kids Thrive

This newsletter contains a weekly update of content from featuring parenting advice, in-depth articles, and the latest thinking on children’s mental health and learning disorders.

Supporting Kids With ADHD

January 9, 2024

Helping kids with ADHD thrive isn’t a one-and-done kind of thing. For many, medication is the most important part of treatment, enabling them to focus more effectively in school, sports, and other activities. But other supports make a big difference, too. Extra structure helps them manage their behavior, learning organizational skills helps them stay on top of things, and exercise helps them concentrate.

This week we round up resources for supporting kids with ADHD. Our Guide to ADHD Medications explains the alternatives you may need to consider before you find the right fit, as kids respond differently to different medications. We also explore the role food plays, and how coaches and parents can support them on the playing field.

– Caroline Miller, Editorial Director | 

Related Resources

Complete Guide to ADHD Medications

Stimulants, non-stimulants, short- or long-acting, side effects, and more.


Behavioral Treatments for Kids With ADHD

Skills-based training for both kids and parents.


Helping Kids Get Organized

How kids can build executive functioning skills.


ADHD and Exercise

Studies show that even half an hour a day can help kids function better and feel better.


What We Know About ADHD and Food

Does your child’s diet play a role in their symptoms?


Sports for Kids With Learning and Emotional Challenges

Children with ADHD may need extra support to thrive on the playing field.


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