Not every ADHD family is in crisis; they just need things to run smoother in their lives. This means they don’t need an intensive coaching engagement. They need the basic information provided in Becoming a Chaos Free Family.
Becoming a Chaos Free Family – Course Details
Becoming a Chaos Free Family (BCFF) is a learning series and support environment specially designed for parents of children with ADHD and Executive Functions deficits. Coach Mary E. Smith, AAC, guides you to a better understanding of ADHD, your child’s behaviors, and what it takes to live chaos free with ADHD.
NO start dates. NO need to wait for a class. Start at Lesson 1 the day you sign up!
NO childcare hassles. NO drive time.
Complete your lessons at your convenience. Even spend extra time on a lesson.
Short videos focus on learning objectives and present examples.
Printable notes pages with key facts so you can focus on learning.
Ask questions and get advice from your coach in weekly video support calls. Daytime and evening calls.
Impact of ADHD (what you don’t see), strategies to overcome common issues, discipline methods that work, methods for continuous improvement, improve the parent/child relationship. See Lesson Details
Optional – sign up for Becoming a Chaos Free Family PLUS for private support calls. Suggested for parents needing a little extra help.
Vetted by top coaching organizations, Mary Smith has been selected as a Top 60 Remote ADHD Coach in the U.S.
Transitioning from a focus-sucking activity to start another (like doing a chore or coming to dinner) is tremendously difficult for a child with ADHD. Allowing your child adequate time to make that transition will often result in a better connection with your child. It will also result in fewer incidences of emotional responses like crying, tantrums, or eye-rolling.
“My child is so immature.” I hear it a lot from parents in my Coaching Discovery Sessions. It often comes at the end of their…
“Sounds like looking at your watch is actually making you late,” my therapist said. I was dumbstruck. Was she actually suggesting that the device responsible for keeping me on time was really at the root of making me late? I would like to say I received this question in the spirit of the curiosity with which it was intended. I did not. Instead, I questioned my therapist’s qualifications and state of mind.