• The Best for Your Child with ADHD

  • Learn the Essential Skills of Positive Parenting to Empower Kids with ADHD and Work Together for Success in School and Life.
  • By: Thomas Robert MFT
  • Narrated by: Austin Stoler
  • Length: 4 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Sometimes your child has a lot of trouble focusing and staying on task, being more distracted than usual by their own thoughts. It's a common challenge for kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). They can have trouble calming down to get through tasks, like homework or schoolwork.

To help manage the challenges of ADHD in children, parents may want to try an app called Moment that you can download onto your smartphone or tablet. Moment is designed specifically for young people with ADHD who struggle to find ways to calm themselves down and focus on things that matter.

Moment's aim is to teach your child healthy coping strategies for dealing with their ADHD and getting on task. This app is designed for you to clearly communicate your expectations to your child. You can also set a goal of how much time you want them spending on Moment, so when they are ready, they can use the app at their own pace.

Moment uses three simple steps to help improve focus: Sit-Downs, quiet time, and activity tracker. When going through these steps, your child will focus on the moment and not be distracted by their thoughts or worries about the future or past. This helps them be more productive and focused throughout the day.

This audiobook contains the following topics:

  • What is ADHD in kids?
  • Can ADHD be prevented or cured?
  • What are the symptoms of ADHD in kids
  • What is it like to have ADD or ADHD?
  • Can there be a link between ADHD and narcissism?
  • How do I know if my toddler has ADHD?
  • What is the best treatment for ADHD in a child?
  • What is the best way to help a child with mild ADHD without medicine?
  • How can I get my child to take his ADHD medicine?
  • How can I be a good parent to my ADHD child?
  • What activities and sports are best for a child with ADHD to do?
  • How to help child to study and at school (teacher help)
  • How do you instill motivation in a teenager with ADHD?
  • And many more!

Moment helps kids who have trouble with their attention and focus to:

  1. Have a quiet time - using the Quiet Time feature, you can pause the smartphone and set four "reserved hours" each day to help your child focus on the moment. The app will let you know when it's time to pause, and it won't be interrupted by calls or text messages
  2. Sit down - during sit-downs, your child will have a 90 second break from their phone. They will learn how to be in the present moment at these times by practicing breathing exercises and being gentle with themselves when doing so
  3. Track activities - using the Activity Tracker feature, your child will be able to see how they spend their day so they can improve their productivity and work toward a goal you set. They can use this information to think about whether what they are doing at that moment is helping them meet their goals
©2021 Thomas Robert MFT (P)2021 Thomas Robert MFT

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Really enjoyed

I really enjoyed listening the comments from the children with ADHD. It provided the proper prospective and brought life to the book.

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Would definitely recommend!

I purchased this book in order to gain a better understanding of ADHD. It worked perfectly. The Best for Your ADHD Child. I would really suggest it!

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Fantastic listen

This is a fantastic listen for anyone who works with ADHD children since it is explained from the perspective of the child with ADHD, giving a different perspective on how these children feel.

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Very informative.

Very informative and friendly, with personal stories you can relate to! If you're having trouble, I strongly advise you to try this.

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Great explanation

I am a parent of two ADHD boys. One of my many frustrations is hearing comments from family and teachers who have no idea what these kids are going through. This book provides an excellent overview of ADHD.

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Good.

I was seeking for a book that will explain how to navigate the maze of special education paperwork and testing. This has a lot of information, however it didn't answer all of my questions.

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Practical advice

This book combines practical advice and wisdom that can be used to everyone, whether or not they have children with ADHD. It's also a big relief to hear practical 'how to' procedures interwoven so deftly with tale and compassion, sensitively embracing both youngsters and parents. The author's work gives me renewed faith that Love is alive and well, and that by working together, we can make anything better.

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First-hand experiences

This was a fantastic book for me! With examples from first-hand experiences of a range of children, the author describes Executive Functioning symptoms. We gain a better understanding of what it's like to have ADHD.

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Easy-to-understand

Your ADHD youngster will benefit from the author's practical and easy-to-understand guide. He not only explains the fundamentals of coping with an ADHD child, but he also provides specific words to assist you defuse heated situations and help your child overcome their ADHD.

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Love it.

I highly suggest this book as a therapist working in the field with adults whose children have ADHD and adults who have struggled with ADHD since childhood.

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  • Morgan Naylor
  • 09-25-21

Learning a lot

This book has been a hit with my 8-year-old son, who has mixed type. We're going through it together, and he's already learning a lot about himself, and I'm learning a lot about him.

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  • Taylor Brooks
  • 09-25-21

It's fantastic

It's fantastic, and I've had a lot of fun listening to it and doing activities with my son! His Special Resource Teacher asked me to write a review for her, and I gladly obliged!

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