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During my many years working as a childcare educator I’ve come across kids with ADHD on many occasions and I’ve often found it tough knowing how to deal with a child with ADHD.
Mother of twins Ashleigh Tolliver knows all about ADHD, since both her twins have it. I was thrilled to speak with her this week and she shared some innovative ways that parents can use to improve their interactions with kids with ADHD and achieve a win-win!
Through Parenting That Kid, Ashleigh helps parents find new ways to manage meltdowns, anxiety, stress, and brain differences.
Links Mentioned in the Episode
- Parenting That Kid Website
- Free Activity Book (intro): 29 At-Home Activities Supporting ADHD, Anxiety and Sensory Processing Disorder
- Ashleigh’s Instagram page
- Parenting That Kid on Facebook
- Parenting That Kid podcast
- First Time Mum’s Lounge Facebook group
About Ashleigh Tolliver
Ashleigh helps parents who are raising the unique challenges of neurodiverse children with ADHD, anxiety and Sensory struggles.
When her twins were born it didn’t take long to notice that one of them was a lot harder to manage than the other. Very early on her son exhibited signs of anxiety, ADHD, and sensory processing disorder.
Interacting with other moms it felt like they saw Ashleigh’s son as “that kid.” He was just…different.
That’s when her journey of understanding the special gifts that neurodiverse people bring to the world began. She learned, developed, and refined strategies to help her son cope with the things that gave him stress. And soon she had founded “Parenting That Kid” and helped many other families find new ways to manage meltdowns, anxiety, stress, and brain differences.
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