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Family Coaching

for Families Impacted by ADHD

ADHD kids require family support. This support is effective when the family as a whole develops tactics to help them carry out tasks. To identify tactics, we first need to investigate how ADHD manifests in their everyday lives and gain insights into what their underlying challenges are.

Ways ADHD affects lives differ by individual, age, or situation. Through coaching, we create strategies to ensure your child builds life skills to overcome ADHD while minimizing a level of frustration for parents. Developing a system to adjust strategies is also critical as they grow and face different challenges.

...Because this is not a sprint. It is a marathon. 

Coaching also focuses on equipping parents with tools to explore the best way to work through issues. Our ADHD kids need support 24/7 day-in, day-out. We all have to be their coach at home by recognizing signs, identifying underlying challenges, and applying remedies so that they are getting consistent support to be more self-aware and confident in the long-run.

Common ADHD Challenges For Childs




  • Giving Up Too Quickly

  • Planning Ahead

  • Getting Started

  • Adjusting to Changes    

  • Completing Chores

  • Lack of Motivation

  • Shifting Activities

  • Keeping Track of Materials

  • Meltdown/Emotional Outburst

  • Self-Criticism & Being Withdrawn

  • Resistance to Do Uninteresting Work

  • Too Much Time Spent but Accomplish Little

  • Desire to be Perfect/Handling Disappointments

  • Transitioning from fun activities to homework

  • Getting out of bed

  • Homework Battles

  • Organizing

  • Arguing, Talk Backs, Negotiating

  • Taking Care of Their Hygiene

  • Sleep/Falling asleep

  • Electronics/Games

  • Quality of Work

  • Time Blindness

  • Lack of Clarity on Homework

  • Unable to Ask for Help

  • Keen on Fairness

  • Sibling Quarrels

  • Lateness

Kids Jumping into the Lake

Great Qualities

  • Passionate         

  • Outspoken         

  • Creative                 

  • Fun                             

  • Generous           

  • Humorous          

  • Empathetic         

  • Spontaneous

  • Authentic            

  • Inclusive             

  • Charismatic       

  • Futuristic

  • Out-of-Box Thinker

  • Energetic     

  • Kind                     

  • Outgoing               

  • Big-Hearted

  • Adaptable            

  • Intuitive             

  • Memorable          

  • Friendly

  • Honest                 

  • Entertaining     

  • Curious                 

  • Adventurous

  • Inspiring   

  • Brave    

  • Enthusiastic  

  • Eager

  • Resilient   

  • Influential  

  • Resourceful  

  • Talkative

  • Musical        

  • Inventive    

  • Opinionated   

  • Caring

Let's remind ourselves that ADHD is not a character flaw. They can shine even more with their fantastic qualities if we can help them overcome challenges.

Behind their hyperactive and impulsive actions, there is a big desire to do well. They want to get recognized for their achievement no matter how little it is. Through coaching, we will find ways for them to jump over these hurdles so that you can celebrate their little successes every day! 

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