7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD

I want to share with you a free resource which I think you will find very helpful.

Bryan Hutchinson has authored 3 books on ADHD, and several free ebooks. I’m writing to share with you about one of the free ebooks which I think you’ll find very helpful.

In this ebook, Bryan shares 7 crucial tips for parents and teachers of children with ADHD. These tips are very good. Bryan writes with great understanding of what kids and teens with ADD/ADHD need, because of the fact that he grew up with undiagnosed ADHD. He was diagnosed as an adult, and has looked back on the challenges of his childhood. Fortunately for us – Bryan has chosen to share his experiences and insights to help us to understand better what goes on for kids and teens with ADD/ADHD (whether they are undiagnosed, or diagnosed).

This free ebook is: an easy read, useful, and practical. There is wisdom in these (virtual) pages. I encourage you to claim your copy of this ebook right now.

You can get your free copy here: 7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD

If you find the information helpful, why not learn more from Bryan?

You can get copies of his other ADHD books here. (I particularly recommend ‘One Boy’s Struggle’)

And, of course, because this ebook is free – you are allowed to pass it along to other people who you think may benefit from it.


Dr. Kenny

p.s. here’s the link again to the free ebook:

7 Crucial Tips for Parents and Teachers of Children with ADHD

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  1. Many thanks for posting this. It’s excellent. I am going to stick these 7 tips on my wall as a reminder.

  2. HI! I hope you are getting this. Not only am I an adult with ADHD and a mom with 2 ADHD boys but I run a support group for parents on Facebook called ADHD Kids Care – Support Group For Parents…..I am always looking for new information and found youe site very helpful. too bad all your conferences are out of the USA. Thank you again! Andrea

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