Getting a child with ADHD to complete tasks can be a challenge and cause frustration in parents. However, there are a few essential elements that leadership experts have identified which will be helpful when parenting a child with ADHD.
1. Make sure that you set clear expectations when you ask them to do something. Using specifics will help with this.
2. Make sure that your child agrees to the task at hand.
3. Use positive reinforcement, including motivators to keep your child interested and words of encouragement.
4. Enforce consequences when needed to teach lessons.
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