Category Archives: ADHD
ADHD or…Sleep Deprivation?
Here in the KLASS Center Clinic, we get lots of referrals to evaluate individuals of all ages for Attention Deficit […]
Use Praise More
Parents: remember to praise your child’s “good” behavior, that is, the behavior you want to see more of, rather than […]
ADHD and the Curse of Time
One of the more problematic challenges that individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have relates to the concept of […]
Establishing Routines – Resources for Parents (COVID-19)
The doctoral students and faculty members from the School Psychology Program have compiled various online resources that parents may find […]
Digital Media & ADHD: Not So Fast!
Numerous studies are published each month in the professional literature, and sometimes those studies get picked up by the […]
Put Your Screen Down, and Just Walk Away…
Seriously, the evidence is mounting that the use of electronic devices before bed is causing sleep disruption by suppressing […]
Effective Use of Time-Out
Parents often have questions about using time-out, or we hear complaints from parents who have attempted to use it, […]
What Causes ADHD?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has different origins, and yes, ADHD is a real thing…we get that question a […]
Do Stimulants Improve College Student GPA (who don’t have ADHD)?
No, according to a recent large scale study… In a study published 2017 in the journal Addictive Behaviors, Arria […]