PAP 073:

Better Mornings for Families of Kids with ADHD

with Brendan Mahan, M.Ed.

There are few times more chaotic and stressful for families of kids with ADHD than mornings, especially school mornings. Kids with ADHD struggle with staying on task, time management, working memory, and many other executive functioning deficits that make mornings difficult — difficult to get out the door on time, difficult to get everything done, difficult to not lose your sanity. In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I’m talking to executive function coach, Brendan Mahan, MEd about how to survive mornings in a household challenged by ADHD. This episode is packed full of tools and strategies. Don’t miss it. 


“The morning routine starts the night before.

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My Guest

Brendan Mahan, M.Ed., MS., host of the ADHD Essentials Podcast, is an internationally recognized ADHD/Executive Function expert, and an engaging, sought-after speaker. He helps individuals, families, schools, and businesses manage the challenges of executive function through an approach that blends education, collaborative problem-solving, and accountability with compassion, humor, and a focus on strengths and growth. 


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