[Seminar] Taming the chattering mind through art, with Ms. Aba Lluch Dalena

Art therapy makes use of drawing, painting, and even sculpting to improve the well-being and confidence of kids, based on the notion that self-expression can be used to address emotional problems, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress, and increase self-awareness. Learn how art therapy can help improve the confidence of your child with AD/HD, and be a good […]

Why it’s important to discuss adult AD/HD: Some key points from the adult support group program

It finally happened. In February 2013, during the  AD/HD Society of the Philippines (AD/HDSP) general assembly, two people who were not parents were elected into the Board of Trustees. See, the AD/HDSP had always been a parent-run organization. But in its 13th year of existence, two adults who are diagnosed with AD/HD became part of the […]

Reading Matters: Why children need to read, and keep reading

“I don’t want to read!” “That’s too long!” “It’s so difficult!” “’Wag, boring ‘yan!” These were the common complaints I heard from my students diagnosed with AD/HD in the center where I previously worked in as a reading clinician. Choosing a book for them had always been a struggle. This was especially true when they were already transitioning from reading short […]