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Soaring Child: Thriving with ADHD

Our mission is to give hope and answers to parents of children with ADHD who are looking for alternative (natural) and effective means of helping them learn to thrive at home, at school, and in life.

We feature interviews with experts, medical professionals, and parents just like you, who are learning how to reduce ADHD symptoms using food and other natural strategies.

Because children with ADHD deserve to soar, just like every other child.

Feb 9, 2023

 

Caregiver or parental burnout is a very common struggle for parents of neurodiverse children. When my son’s ADHD symptoms were at their worst, burnout felt like it was constantly just a few meltdowns away.

In this edition of the Soaring Child, we speak with a burnout expert, David Greenwood. 

David is the author of


Feb 2, 2023

Did you know brain symptoms are messengers of underlying imbalances in the neural networks that make up the brain? Balancing the brain is possible using simple at-home brain training exercises, and the most important first step is getting to the underlying root cause of brain symptoms. 

Functional Neurologist, Dr. Titus...


Jan 26, 2023

On this episode of the Soaring Child, discover the connection between ADHD and anxiety. Anxiety and ADHD often go hand-in-hand, and today’s episode explores why. It also provides practical tips and tricks to put into place that help with anxiety and panic attacks. 

Today’s guest, Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum, is an...


Jan 19, 2023

Children with ADHD receive significantly more negative messages in their lifetime than their neurotypical peers. Today's episode of the Soaring Child Podcast is going to explore how teachers, educators, and parents can help overcome that. 

Lisa Navarra is a special education teacher and behavioral specialist with over...


Jan 12, 2023

On this week’s edition of Soaring Child, we’re joined by Kiran Krishnan, a research microbiologist who’s a renowned expert on the human microbiome.

Your microbiome, or gut, is a dense set of neurons that cover the entire digestive tract and can control the brain through circulation, the neurological system, immune...