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It’s almost August, and some of us are finding we need some new ideas about what we can do with our children while they are out of school. Here are some ideas we brainstormed at our recent parent support group meeting and on the Edmonton ADHD Mom/Dad’s group on Facebook. See if there is something here for your family. Continue reading
As an adult with ADHD, you may need to try different strategies and approaches. You may need to switch up strategies more often because the novelty wears off. In this lively article, experts share three organizing myths along with what does work.
1. Myth: You’d be organized with the right storage.
2. Myth: Digital is best for getting organized.
3. Myth: Once you have the right systems, you’ll always be organized.
There is a supportive group of Edmonton and area parents/grandparents who are raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. May you find comfort, resources, encouragement and help from members in this group. Being connected to other parents on a similar journey can make a world of difference.
A number of families are not covered by work health insurance benefits, so we asked a colleague for some information about other forms of benefits. This link takes you to an Alberta Health overview of Non-Group Benefits and links to premiums (including the income-tested premium subsidy program), and application forms:
http://www.health.alberta.ca/services/drugs-non-group.html. Continue reading