Five Ways to Help Your Child Stay Engaged, with Dr. William Dodson

How difficult is it for your bright child to stay engaged, especially during COVID? Chances are it's been tough to keep focused during this stressful pandemic year.

William Dodson, MD shares with us some insightful ways to keep your child engaged and what to tell your child when they hit a brick wall in terms of progress. It's not easy when mainstream schools were not designed with ADHD in mind.

Take a listen.

Now we'd love to hear from you. What's bubbling up for you after hearing this vlog? Let us know in the comments section below!

2 Comments

  1. Light on July 30, 2021 at 11:51 am

    That is so true. I have learnt through my son that I am also an ADHD’er like him. I can totally resonate with the fact that novelty, intrest, competition, artistic creativity are things have caught my attention. I have found a broad range of interests, digested the information and experience and then move onto the next new shiney bright thing.

  2. Gloria Gallardo-Walker on August 1, 2021 at 4:53 pm

    I can see how it would be a tricky for a teacher of 30 or more students to adapt the curriculum to suit everyone’s different interests, but that journey together to discover each child’s interests and seeing them learn within their interests, within competition, within novelty and creativity, I hope outweighs that challenge to the teacher.

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