Does Your Child with ADHD Need Help with Homework?

Are you looking for ways to help your child or teen handle the daily struggle with homework? The struggle (theirs and yours) is real. It may look like a lack of motivation, or defiance, forgetfulness or even a learning disability but in reality, it is probably their Executive Function skills.

The Homework Help for ADHD covers seven Executive Function skills that have the biggest impact on homework and includes information on what to look for and plenty of strategies to help compensate.

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Imagine goals achieved, frustration gone, and a calm, peaceful family.

Here's the support, guidance, and strategies to make that vision a reality.

Coaching for ADHD

Coaching for ADHD

Strategies for Learning and Life

The daily struggles a family faces when one or more children or the parents have ADHD are very real and can feel daunting without help and guidance.

Are You an Adult or Parent Who …

Do You Have a Child or Teen Who …

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  • Constantly feels frustrated or stressed due to disorganization, clutter, lack of time management, or ADHD challenges?
  • Feels like life is consistently overwhelming and chaotic?
  • Finds interactions with your child or teen are more often a clash of wills with endless repetition of requests rather than conversations?
  • Is at a loss for what to do to reduce stress and frustration and improve your family’s life?
  • Has an ADHD diagnosis?
  • Struggles to get the high priorities done until they become urgent?
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  • Faces frustration and friction with every homework session because they can’t seem to do what you know they are capable of doing?
  • Regardless of study time, still struggles to get consistent, good, or even passing grades?
  • Lives in a state of constant disorganization leaving them unable to accomplish routine daily things like passing in homework?
  • Feels like their teachers don’t understand how hard they are working?
  • Is experiencing low self-esteem and lack of confidence?
  • Has an ADHD diagnosis?

Are You an Adult or Parent Who …

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  • Constantly feels frustrated or stressed due to disorganization, clutter, lack of time management, or ADHD challenges?
  • Feels like life is consistently overwhelming and chaotic?
  • Finds interactions with your child or teen are more often a clash of wills with endless repetition of requests rather than conversations?
  • Is at a loss for what to do to reduce stress and frustration and improve your family’s life?
  • Has an ADHD diagnosis?
  • Struggles to get the high priorities done until they become urgent?

Do You Have a Child or Teen Who …

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  • Faces frustration and friction with every homework session because they can’t seem to do what you know they are capable of doing?
  • Regardless of study time, still struggles to get consistent, good, or even passing grades?
  • Lives in a state of constant disorganization leaving them unable to accomplish routine daily things, like passing in homework?
  • Feels like their teachers don’t understand how hard they are working?
  • Is experiencing low self-esteem and lack of confidence?
  • Has an ADHD diagnosis?

If you answered yes to any of the above, there IS hope AND help.

If you answered yes to any of the above, there IS hope AND help.

At the Thinking & Doing Skills Center, I teach adults, students, and parents how to THRIVE with ADHD, not just survive it. 

Some of the benefits you, your child, and your entire family can expect:

  • Development of functional skills, systems, and strategies using intrinsic strengths, talents, and interests to improve daily life.
  • Improved time management and problem solving.
  • More confidence and a strengthened self-esteem.
  • Cultivation of an active learner perspective and growth mindset to better retain information.
  • Understanding of how to structure homework and study time resulting in better grades with fewer missed or partially completed assignments.
  • Greater accountability and independence.
  • A more balanced life between school, work, and play.
  • A more harmonious family dynamic with less stress and frustration.

Help for Your Child and Your Family

Learn more about how we can work together to make things better and help your child achieve their best.