Friday, October 31, 2008

ADDitude Magazine - Valuable Information on ADD/ADHD

Do you have an ADD or ADHD child? Are you an ADHD Adult?

Visit and learn more! ADDitude Magazine offers a wide variety of topics on ADD and ADHD for both children and adults. Check out their informational and educational Blogs!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Sue Scheff - Connect with Kids - Parenting DVD's

At Connect with Kids, our single aim is to help parents and educators help children. Each week we gather the freshest information from experts at universities, research organizations, hospitals, child advocacy groups and parents and kids themselves. We present that information in video news and feature stories that are understandable, compelling and useful.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Sue Scheff: Safe Teen Driving Club

Are you a parent of a new teenage driver or is your teen about to take the wheel? Be an educated parent - learn more here on this valuable website promoting Safe Teen Driving!

Our mission is to educate parents and provide them services they can use to keep their teen safe and alive while driving. It's pretty well known that driving crashes are the #1 cause of teen injury and death, taking a back seat to suicide, homocide, drugs, alcohol and all other causes.Feel free to visit our site at, or our blog at

You'll find safety tips, information on our Crash Free America educational program for parents and services and products that are proven to reduce the chances of a crash with your teen.
You can also see a short video about the Club and other media coverage at

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Substance Use and Abuse in Teens: A Guide for Parents

Teen substance use is a problem that persists, but communities, schools and parents can play a crucial role in a coordinated plan of deterrence. Parents need to stay informed of the risks that teens face. As a parent advocate (Sue Scheff - Parents Universal Resource Experts) has great articles and info for parents.

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Monday, October 13, 2008

Stop Interrupting! Better ADHD School Behavior

(Parents Universal Resource Experts - Sue Scheff)- ADDitude Magazine offers great articles on ADHD. How teachers and parents can inspire better ADHD school behavior with help from these impulse-controlling exercises for children with attention-deficit.

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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Are Internet-crazed kids sabotaging your job search/career?

I’ve written a lot about digital dirt (Eve Tahmincioglu), the negative information about you on the Internet you don’t want your boss or prospective employers to see.Here’s a minefield you better keep an eye on — Your own digitally savvy kids may be exposing your salary, your drinking habits, or your anger problems, to the entire free world on Facebook, etc.

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Talking to Your Child about an ADHD Diagnosis

Have you talked with your child about ADHD? What did you say? As a parent advocate (Sue Scheff) and a parent of an ADHD child - ADDitude Magazine offers a vast number of informational articles and Blogs on ADD/ADHD.

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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Activities : 6 Ways to Spice Up Your Teen's Studies!

As a parent advocate (Sue Scheff) always has great article for parents helping us with kids of all ages - check out this tip list to help your teen with their school work.

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Sunday, October 5, 2008

New Book Recounts Parent's Harrowing Ordeal

Wit's End! by Sue Scheff - With peer pressure and social influences at all-time highs, many good teens are making bad choices, placing intense emotional and financial strain on parents and families.

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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Drinking Alcohol Before 15 Years Of Age Is Risky

It may seem like a minor point, but it matters when someone takes their first drink of alcohol relative to later development of alcohol problems. A new study of the relationship between age at first drink (AFD)....

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Friday, October 3, 2008

Kids Not Prepared for College?

Even with a diploma in hand, many high school graduates do not have all of the skills necessary to succeed in college-level coursework or workforce training.

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Wednesday, October 1, 2008