Since the videocast went live last month with RVAreal.tv where I explained everything I could, in one hour, about helping people with ADHD – my inbox has been red hot with teachers and parents asking for guidance on tips for ADHD and ways to handle the ADHD better.
As you keep reading, you’re going to learn 4 very important concepts in helping ADHD to become more manageable.
On Dec 1st @ 7pm Dr. Eric Etka, founder of ADHDRichmondVa.com will reveal behind-the-scenes information on a how to create 12 breakthroughs with ADHD
- Understanding ADD/ADHD
- Nutrition Strategies
- Medication Discussion
- Exercises For Home & School
- Limit Destructive Behavior
- Reduce Stress On Your Relationship
- – 12. revealed at the event
Although the majority of us have been through grade school, we were never taught how to listen or how to communicate effectively. Sad, but true. On top of that we, as humans, typically focus on what’s wrong instead of what’s going right.
I enjoy helping people and want you to get results in advance. So, let’s go through four things that happen to start with the letter “C”.
Tuesday Dec 1st @ 7p Glen Allen Library I am going to show you how you can accomplish all of these and more –
You Can REGISTER for this event, simply click the button below to reserve your seat, just enter your name and email address.
Once you have registered you’ll receive a gift of FREE 5 easy to watch “How-To” videos to help you get results at home BEFORE the Glen Allen Library event.
Here are 4 skills to improve ADHD in your home:
1. Communication – this isn’t just speaking so you can be heard. What I’m talking about is communicating information to another person in a way that the other person can receive it properly and communicate back to you the correct main information.
2. Capability – learning is a lifelong endeavor. Being a parent is the most important stewardship on the planet. SO why is it that the vast majority of parents have not had any formal training in ‘correct parenting’ that is up with the times?
3. Confidence – being a involved with someone who has ADHD can be downright exhausting. Exhausted and frustrated humans find it hard to be confident. Some people throw in the towel altogether.
4. Courage – finding a way through to the other side means facing uncertainty while pushing through with the ‘capability’ that you do have. I’ve met clients who figuratively borrow my belief in them to make it through some very hard times. Eventually they begin to believe in themselves and their lives are never the same.
I believe in delivering value. Hopefully, by reading those 4 ways to help, then you will take action on them.