When a child is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and/or anxiety, families may worry. Take a breath. The Give InKind team has been there. We are here to remind you that giving kids tools to manage these challenges is a gift that keeps on giving. Children who are given appropriate support develop miraculous adaptive mechanisms – that ultimately play to the strengths buried in the challenges.
What To Express In Your Gift: I know that you have been worried about [name of child] and I wanted to remind you that s/he is the greatest kid. I read somewhere that kids with ADHD grow up to be incredible multi-taskers and make fantastic ER doctors – because they can focus on lots of things at once. I know that kids with anxiety are really in touch with things – and can be immensely sensitive. I know these things are hard to manage. But I really want to help you to focus on the positive. It’s all gonna be okay.
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