Chiropractic and Homework
Anyone else feeling the homework crunch time?? The every single day homework struggle? What if I told you homework doesn't have to be a struggle? Maybe I shouldn’t be admitting this, but I don’t help much with homework. Addison is almost 12 and very self sufficient and I probably couldn't help her if I wanted to because she's above my grade level ability already. Oliver usually does all his homework with Addison checking his work afterwards. Yes, Addison is the double whammy of awesomeness in this equation. Unless you don't feel like being bossed around, that is not her strength. ;)
Does this homework magic that occurs have anything to do with me as a parent? Sure I'd like to think I'm out of this world killing this parenting thing! But then I have to remind myself the last time I went a full day killing it from start to finish was 2007. (You guessed it, when I became a parent). Truth is, I'm like most parents, busy as heck with...
Whether your child has been formerly diagnosed or not, this article will help you get a far better understanding of not just what the challenges with ADHD are (which you already well know, since you are living with it), but more importantly what's behind it all. We'll take a deep dive into common case history findings seen with ADHD-challenged kids over 11+ years of clinical practice, and also open the hood and dive a bit into the science and neurology behind it all.
There is so much misinformation and misunderstanding about ADHD, and while this article cannot address each and every element, we'll start with the foundations and work from there.
This article is for you if you have a child who is constantly moving, constantly sensory seeking, impulsive, and wound up... or as we like to call it, constantly stuck on the "gas pedal" and fight or flight side of the nervous system. We have nicknamed these kids "Raging Bull"...
We felt so much love from our community and we are so thankful to have made 615 Dakota Street our new home. We look forward to so much IMPACT in this space and to continue to bring pediatric and family chiropractic to our community. Your support means the world to us.
Sensory issues, food aversions, swallowing and latching challenges — what’s going on? Did it all begin at birth? Quick ‘Pop Up Webinar’ with Dr. T taking you through in a nerdy, yet super practical way! If you’d like to learn more, join us at one of our upcoming workshops (www.PWCimpact.com) or give us a call at 815-455-8213.
Life is always going to be “bumpy” it seems, so listen in on some tips from Dr. T on how to make those bumps easier to get over, and how to especially make sure they don’t completely derail you and take you off course to a healthy and happy life for you and your family!