September 2013 e-Newsletter

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AttentonTalkRadio with Jeff Copper
Girl Scouts of America
Parent Support Groups
New Book coming soon!
Cape Cod ADHD Summit

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 Stock up on extra Back to School supplies now and store them in a place where they can be easily accessed.  
STRATEGY: There is a very good chance that your child will remember that (s)he has a social studies poster due at 9 pm on Sunday night. Buy poster board, extra markers, colored pencils, notebooks, rulers, glue sticks and everything you might need for a school project. 


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Back To School Already! 


Depending on where you live in the country you may be just headed back to school or you may be weeks in!  Either way it is a new school year full of new opportunities for both you and your family.  We love new beginnings and believe they can occur whenever you need them to.  Each moment of every day can be a new starting point for trying something different or for practicing a new skill or strategy.


The beginning of the school year is a great time for setting goals and making plans to accomplish them.  This isn't just for your children but can be for you too.  So, think about what your goals are as you ask your children the same question! 



Holly and Tracey 

Join Us on the Jeff Copper AttentionTalkRadio Show
September 4, 2013 8PM

Listen in to Jeff Copper's AttentionTalkRadio show as Navigating ADHD discusses
"The Impact of Coaching On Your Treatment Team".
Girl Scouts of America & Navigating ADHD, Inc.
September 7, 2013 8PM
Navigating ADHD will be the Keynote Speakers at the Girl Scouts of America Conference. 
The topic: Being The Difference!.


Join Tracey and Holly for a parent support group either in person or, by phone. Expect these interactive sessions to provide you with the 'latest and greatest' during a mini-presentation based on common struggles parents experience with their children and teenagers diagnosed with ADHD.  You will have every opportunity to ask questions, engage in dialogue, or just listen or observe while learning from each others' experiences.
Learn from each other and build a brighter tomorrow.
navigatorSEPTEMBER 10, 2013  7:00 PM
at the Navigating ADHD Support Center  

in Centerville, MA  



  OCTOBER 8, 2013 8:00 PM 


6 Weeks



Please call 508-566-0093 for more information, to sign up or click on the link below.  


More Ways to Succeed with ADHD

October 2, 2013

A collaborative effort, this new book will feature Navigating ADHD's Top 10 Greatest Tips for Parenting along with those from other ADHD well-known industry experts.

This compilation of different tips and inspirational information on ADHD can be read front to back, one tip 
per day or pick the one that you need on demand. It will become your favorite companion Guaranteed! 


Pre-order now by emailing us at

Save the date!

Cape Cod ADHD Summit
October 18, 2013

This is a 'first annual ADHD forum' you definitely CANNOT miss. 
During National ADHD Awareness Week, Navigating ADHD and Cape Therapies are joining forces to bring a myriad of local and regional experts together, all under one roof and right in our back yard. Presentations, workshops, strategies, books and all the information you ever wanted to know from the region's ADHD Experts will be available during this one-day (lunch included) blockbuster ADHD event.  Doctors, Educators & Administrators, Therapists and Healthcare professionals, Lawyers and Yours Truly will be all yours!


Stay tuned for the details...

 Advice From The Experts! 


Q:   My son is very creative and loves school projects.  Unfortunately, he doesn't always clearly understand the requirements and does not score very highly, despite his hard work.  How can I help him?


A:   It is heartbreaking for a parent to see their child's hard work go unrewarded and it can be crushing to a child's self-esteem.  Contact your child's teacher at the beginning of the year and be honest about your son's difficulties.  Highlight his desire to achieve, his creative energy and the vast, yet misdirected effort he has put into projects in the past.  Your child's teacher may offer to review the directions with your child or may provide you with the directions so you can assist your son.  Always ask your child if the teacher handed out a rubric. Rubrics are fantastic for the ADHD brain because they are specific and easy to follow.  Rubrics will show you and your child exactly what is expected and how the project will be graded.   


If you have a confidential question, please email us and and we'll answer it!  


Tracey Bromley Goodwin  

 Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed. & Holly Oberacker, ATR, LMHC