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How to Survive Summer Vacation

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Summer camp may be in the picture, but what’s most enticing is the freedom and luxury to do absolutely nothing – until you’ve done it for a while.“Mom, I’m bored!” “Dad, there’s nothing to do!” It’s amazing how quickly the thrill of nothing to do can wear off, sometimes in a matter of days.

That’s when you realize how tricky the transition from academic routine and structure to the lazy days of summer can be.When your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you can make two safe predictions about summertime: Your child is likely to get bored easily and often; and he’s almost as likely to become demanding – of your time, attention, and patience.

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