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2 days ago

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ADHD is neither a disability nor a superpower - instead, it is a difference, with some things being easier or stronger and other things causing more of a struggle.instagram.com/peach_canvas ... See moreSee less

ADHD is neither a disability nor a superpower - instead, it is a difference, with some things being easier or stronger and other things causing more of a struggle.

 

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Joe O'Reilly

2 days ago

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Small fidget movements can help kids with ADHD focus and prevent bigger body movements.In the classroom, this means using fidgets, or other special accommodations that keep senses stimulated without disturbing classmates. We asked our readers to tell us which fidgets help their kids the most, and the results may surprise you. (Hint: There’s not a spinner among them.) 👉👉 bit.ly/2RRBqTz ... See moreSee less

Small fidget movements can help kids with ADHD focus and prevent bigger body movements.

3 days ago

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Autism presents differently in girls which is often why it is diagnosed later.

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Paige talks about what is different about females with autism

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Creative Child MagazineYou can never say it enough😘 ... See moreSee less

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It’s all about perspective! ... See moreSee less

It’s all about perspective!

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ACPC Psychology

Behaviour may communicate an emotional need not being met. We can attune and respond to those emotional needs.
Source: Collaborative Classroom
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Behaviour may communicate an emotional need not being met. We can attune and respond to those emotional needs.
Source: Collaborative Classroom

 

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Frank N Rhonda Bryant

Sondhya Basak this reminds me of when the twins learnt about their emotional buckets at school and Niamh told Sebastian he was spilling my bucket by not listening 😂

Love this ACPC Psychology!

Sulaima Samman repost

4 days ago

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Couldn' t resist posting this lovely example of Secure Attachment; dad meeting his daughter's emotional needs.

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And the dad of the century award goes to... 👏
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Dealing with change can be challenging! ... See moreSee less

Dealing with change can be challenging!

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It’s not always easy, especially in this fast paced world.. it’s important though to role model self regulation to our little ones 😇 ... See moreSee less

It’s not always easy, especially in this fast paced world.. it’s important though to role model self regulation to our little ones 😇
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