ADHD Strategies: Video Games and Kids with ADHD

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Parents of children with ADHD hear a lot of conflicting reports on the topic of video games and ADHD. While some recent research has found that certain action-based games can actually improve attention and memory in kids, other reports have cautioned the risk of addictive use of games among children with ADHD and autism.

When it comes to finding the right ADHD strategies for managing video game use, its important for parents to understand the potential benefits and concerns surrounding video games and children with ADHD. To help parents find an approach that works best for their family, we’ve rounded up some of our key articles on the topic of games and ADHD below. These articles offer simple summaries of the latest research, as well as common-sense strategies for managing the use of games with children with ADHD.

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