Parenting is hard, parenting with ADHD even more so. Add distracting technology and limiting screen time seems impossible. We know, we’ve been there.
Screen time self-control depends on the brain’s executive function – and ADHD undermines executive function.
That’s why kids with ADHD find it harder to avoid excessive gaming, social media and other digital distractions. As a result, ADHD turns typical screen time issues into BIG ISSUES and parents often feel trapped in a loop of nagging, threats and telling their kids off.
So for ADHD Awareness Month 2018, here are 9 ways Habyts helps parents positively manage screen time for kids with ADHD. Click to learn how Habyts helps families managing screen time and ADHD.
Visit the www.adhdawarenessmonth.org to find out more about ADHD Awareness Month. You can read or submit stories about living with ADHD, share some art or enter the meme competition.