Six Tips for Getting Your Kids Away from Screens

Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, parents were very concerned about the amount of time their kids were spending in front of screens. In many first world countries, screen time was […]

Why Is Remote Schooling Taking Me So Much Time? A guide for teens with ADHD and slow processing speed

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the face of schooling, and if you are a teenager with ADHD, it has probably made it more difficult. Remote schooling provides minimal structure and […]

Why Does my Child Keep Making the Same Mistakes?

Does your child forget to brush his teeth every other morning? Does he forget to take his backpack to school during the week unless you remind him or place it […]

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Homeschooling Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Parents of kids diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder often report how engaged their children are with almost all technology and screens. Anecdotal reports and recent research describe how kids with […]

Making Video Games into Learning during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Are your kids at home playing (or begging you to let them play) video games all day long? I have a word of advice: say “Yes!” – not to day-long […]

Can I Quarantine the Screens?

Rules and expectations for healthy screen time need to be adjusted during a pandemic. These times are unprecedented, and it is unreasonable to think that all parenting guidelines that have […]

Five Ways to Stop Your Kids’ Screen Time

Many parents and some kids have finally had it with screen time during the quarantine and want to put an end to all screen time.  So, I’ve come up with […]

Three Steps for Improving Executive Functions for Homeschoolers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Homeschooling is the newest challenge parents are facing with their digital kids. The coronavirus pandemic has made the United States into a nation of homeschoolers. Most of these kids are […]

Three Tips for Getting Your Kids to Learn: Detect, Reflect, and Connect

How do people learn? Psychologists have been grappling with this question for the past century. Fifty years ago the prevailing psychological theory of learning came from the behaviorist camp associated […]