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Tag Archives: executive functioning

Change Your ADHD Brain. Play Chess.

Reasoning and logic aren’t a strength for people with ADHD. They need to catch up with their peers. Playing chess is a great way to do it. Fun too! The United States ranks 24th of 29 developed countries in critical thinking. Problem solving is a particular concern. This is a result of deficiencies in working […]

ADHD and Critical Thinking: Can skills improve?

People with ADHD and thinking skills?  It’s tough… how about critical thinking?  It’s tough, but there are strategies. Critical thinking uses working memory to think and solve problems.  It requires learners to recall previous information, training the brain during the process.  It recognizes the changes as a result of  greater demands. The United States ranks […]

Autism & ADHD: A match made in heaven?

50% of people with Autism also have ADHD.  They are both a disorder of self-regulation and executive functioning.  Social development is a stressor that interferes with both.  Care must be taken to address both. Traveling on the WayBack Machine… “Hello Doug.  My name is Miss Edie.”  Nothing.  “Hi.  What’s your name?”  Nothing.  “What’s your favorite […]