Are you or someone you know homeschooling kids who struggle with ADD/ADHD? I can’t encourage you enough to listen to this podcast!

Today I’m talking with Dan Marcone who is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Clinical Supervisor, Practice Founder & Director of Seasons Counseling in Orlando, Florida.

The information and tools that Dan shares in this podcast are incredibly helpful. The best part is that you don’t have to know everything about ADD/ADHD to be able to grow your kids who struggle with it.

As homeschoolers, we can feel burdened by the ADD/ADHD diagnosis, but we can actually have an advantage over a traditional classroom setting because we are able to create a learning environment for our kids that helps them thrive and fulfill the good purposes that God has for them. We simply need to be willing to think outside the box and let God lead us as we grow these unique and amazing kids!

Here’s a great quote to remember from today: “Positive emotion builds resilience!”

(Some of you have asked how you can support the podcast. I now have a link for anyone who would like to donate a couple of dollars a month. The podcast will continue to be available at no cost to you regardless of whether or not you choose to donate)

Resources mentioned in the podcast(*aff links):

Homegrown Generation Conference Information

The Unhurried Homeschooler

Gottman Institute

Bruce Perry-Born for Love (and more of his books)

Dan Siegel-The Whole-Brain Child (and more of his books)

Russell Barkley-Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (and more of his books)

Additudemag.com (website loaded with great information including info on girls and ADD/ADHD and why it’s difficult to diagnose in them.)

Other podcasts with Dan Marcone: Encouraging a Growth Mindset in Our Kids and The Development Stages of Kids and Their Learning

*Photo credit: Christian Erfurt

 

 

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