Smart ADHD Parenting Alert - Computer Games Can Help
Smart ADHD Parenting Alert Compelling Evidence Computer Games Can Help Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder
Nov 29, 2012 - Sydney, Australia: Specific computer games can help struggling Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder teenagers to develop their coping skills.The question ADHD Survival Coach Jane Kyiet asks is this: why would parents not try computer games that can help ADHD teenagers instead of medication?
3 Mistakes Parents Make When Deciding Course Of Action To Help Their ADHD Teenager
1. Believing Medication Will Cure ADHD
2. Believing Medication Side Effects Outweigh Benefits
3. Believing Medication Is The Only Way To Help Their ADHD Teenager
Jane Kyiet, experienced ADHD parent, shows how to help ADHD teenagers by supporting their parents. She addresses the real feelings these parents experience through proven techniques and provides a road-map to the support that is available in the community and a place to share experiences and successes.
Through managing a team for 3 years within an organization that specialised in helping children and adults with learning difficulties through medication free techniques, Jane Kyiet has seen evidence of success through drug free treatment for ADHD. Computer games are one technique that is proving to help ADHD teenagers.
FACT: Improves focus and attention in ADHD teenagers
FACT: Can create more confidence and self esteem
FACT: Possible elimination of medication means no risk of drug addiction or abuse without nasty side effects
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Jane Kyiet, ADHD Survival Coach and Founder of HelpTeenageBlues.com supports parents by showing them how they can improve their relationships with their ADHD teenagers. Jane believes that sharing experiences as a Mum of an ADHD child, providing information and creating a like-minded community is an effective way of helping these parents who are feeling isolated and going through tough times. They discover they are neither alone nor are the worst parent in the world.