6 ADHD Time Management Tips for University Students

Time management is essential across all aspects of life, but even more so if you’re a student at university. With newfound freedom and free rein over your schedule, it can be an exciting time but also a daunting one, especially if you’re a student with […]

ADHD + Screens

We are in the 21st Century and the genie is well and truly out of the bottle. Technology has exploded into our lives and we are all reliant on digital devices that entertain and control some aspect of our day-to-day living. Our children with ADHD […]


Over in my Facebook group ADHD Warrior Squad, I am reading too often about confrontation within the family. This is so sad. Parents are exhausted, children are unhappy, siblings are furious, relationships have broken down and nobody wins. So what are the confrontations about? Usually […]

We Need To Talk About ADHD

Over these past couple of days I have been saddened and shocked in equal measure. I have been reading multiple reports from parents about how their children, who have an ADHD diagnosis, are being treated at school. Read on and weep… A teenager being told […]

Trouble At School

“Mrs Lazarus, can I have a quick word?” So I walked down the steps to the school playground to the awaiting teacher. The walk of shame. The other parents shaking their heads and tut tutting but with a silent prayer being thankful that their child […]

ADHD Not Just ‘Naughty’ Boys

I am absolutely delighted that the BBC today featured a report about failing to diagnose ADHD in young girls and the disastrous consequences. We know that ADHD is a neurological condition that affects 3% – 5% of children in the UK according to NHS England. […]

What Do You See?

I think it’s all about perception. What do you see? Do you see a magical, mystical, beautiful creature? Capable of flight, dreams and fantasy. Or do you see a white horse with a horn stuck on it’s head with ridiculous pastel colours and random glitter? […]

Transition To Secondary School

The jump from Primary to Secondary School is massive. Your child goes from an environment where you know all the faces in their class, you recognise the parents of their peers and you know who their one teacher is. Compare that to Secondary School where […]


What a year! Now it’s the Summer holidays and an opportunity to have some fun and take off the pressure of school. Easier said than done with a child with ADHD. I remember when I was teaching and before my son was diagnosed, I longed […]


I was asked so many times, how can we explain ADHD to our child? Once your child is diagnosed, or even if you suspect they have ADHD, you want them to know about their neurodiverse condition. Right? But there were very few published books aimed […]