lack of focus in


at the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is positive involvement of parents. 
-Jane D. Hull

Things you can say to your Kid

“What are your Time Robbers right now?”
“What’s stealing away your time?”
“I can tell that your brain has left the group.”
“Check your brain back in.”
“Think with your eyes.”

Strategies to try at home

Take a picture of what the job looks like when it’s DONE so your child can 
use it as a reference.

Take a picture of what it looks like when they are showing the expected 
behavior. Use this as a visual cue.

Show your child what is expected FIRST, followed by what they will do 




 Disclaimer: The resources and ideas found on this website are all research-based and vetted with a parent and educator lens. The tools listed have worked for our children; however, each child is different. This list is not exhaustive and is a compilation of ideas and strategies to try at home.  No information on this website should be used as medical advice. We are not clinical psychologists, but we do work alongside them as thought partners in this journey.