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Co-Parenting After Divorce: A Guide for ADHD Families

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The gold standard for a great divorce when you have kids with ADHD is one in which both parents are working together, amicably.

In an ideal world, all parents adopt the same healthy approach to managing ADHD, along with the same schedule and routine.But this smooth, coordinated ideal is difficult to achieve when co-parenting children with ADHD after divorce.We know that children with ADHD have executive functioning challenges.

Divorce may heighten those struggles largely because the prefrontal cortex, the command center for executive functioning, is now also trying to manage frequent transitions amid a changing family dynamic.Transitioning between home, school, and another home brings changes in routine and possible parental conflict.

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