My Life at School by Aiden Disher

Posted in ADHD, Articles on February 9th, 2012 by Kathryn Burke – Be the first to comment

Hi, my name is Aiden, I am 10 years old and I am in grade 4. I love dinosaurs, my favorite dinosaure is Spinasaures, it has a cool sail on it’s back. I know more about dinosaurs than any one I know and I want to be a palaeontologist when I am older. I also […]

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You are not normal… are exceptional! By Karen Disher

Posted in ADHD on August 25th, 2011 by Kathryn Burke – 6 Comments

Aiden’s ADHD journey beings as most children. He was born right on time 8lbs 3oz, healthy little boy. He hit all the milestone until the age of three, when we noticed he had a speech delay. When Aiden started playschool when he was 3 years old, no one outside our family could understand him. Most […]

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“You need to deal with that!” Parenting Children with ADHD by Karen Disher

Posted in ADHD, Articles on July 13th, 2011 by Kathryn Burke – 3 Comments

“You need to deal with that!” is a phrase that every parent has heard at least once in their lives.  For a parent with an ADHD child, you may hear it a million times! My son has ADHD and to keep things interesting, my daughter has ADHD as well. Most days between the hours of 8 am […]

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I Am Okay by Lisa

Posted in ADHD, Articles on December 8th, 2009 by Kathryn Burke – 2 Comments

My daughter asked me one day if I had any of my old report cards, and with a snort, I replied no… I never considered report cards a keepsake of my childhood the way I keep my own children’s report cards now.  When I reflect upon my educational experiences, it still leaves a bitter taste […]

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