Learn the 9 Simple Steps to Parent a Child with ADHD Effectively

Get Over It

Assemble Your Team

Create Structure

Get to Know Your Child

Make a Plan

Implement the Plan

Get a Handle on ADHD at School

Get a Handle on ADHD at Home

Start Enjoying Your Child

What People are Saying

Science has a lot to tell us about ADHD. This is important, but as a parent of a child with ADHD, you also want to hear from other parents who have survived and thrived despite, with, and because of their child with ADHD. Penny talks about the science, but more importantly, she talks about the lived experience of having a child with ADHD and what you can do to make all of your lives better.
In the first and only comprehensive guide to parenting kids with ADHD, Penny Williams offers overwhelmed parents the resource she longed for following her son's ADHD diagnosis, but couldn't find. Williams' 9-month plan -- a culmination of years of research, networking, and advocacy -- moves parents step by step from bewilderment to competency and confidence.
Williams offers parents, caregivers, and even health care providers a practical guide to navigate the world of ADHD. From diagnosis to the art of balancing expectations, self, and family, What to Expect leads you step-by-step through the unpredictable journey of parenting a child with ADHD, all while learning to become your child's biggest advocate and remaining positive.

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What to Expect When parenting Children with ADHD

About the Author

Penny Williams
Penny Williams

Award-Winning Author. Blogger. Journalist. Speaker.


Award-Winning Author. Blogger. Journalist. Speaker

A parent of a son with ADHD and autism, Penny Williams is the award-winning author of three books on parenting kids with ADHD: “Boy Without Instructions,” “What to Expect When Parenting Kids with ADHD,” and “The Insider’s Guide to ADHD.” She’s the original creator of the award-winning website, {a mom’s view of ADHD}, and a frequent contributor on parenting and children with ADHD for ADDitude Magazine, Healthline, WNC Parent, and other parenting and special needs publications.

She has been contacted for interviews on the subject of parenting a child with ADHD many times, being quoted in publications like The Chicago Tribune, Parenting.com, Livescience, NBC’s Today.com Parenting section, and The High Desert Pulse.

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