Four Facts About ADHD That Might Surprise You
Facts About ADHD That Might Surprise You
ADHD Can Present Differently in Women and Girls
Untreated ADHD Can Impact Relationships
Therapy Dogs Can Help With ADHD
ADHD is a Lifelong Condition
TOP SENSORY SOLUTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH ADHD
"My grandson was diagnosed this year at the age of 4, ASD, ADHD,SPD. We realized something was wrong when he didn’t start speaking when all children should start. My daughter and husband had been waiting a while till he was finally diagnosed. But prior they sent him privately to speech therapy and occupational therapy. It was a year on this and all we got from him was garble talk and did not focus well even though he is very smart. I got my daughter's approval to buy Sensory Thrive after reading up on it. I started with the free trial and now I have ordered my second bottle! He’s been on it a little over a month. Three days into the free trial, I notice he was focusing so much better and paying attention to what we said. He does not stop chattering, and is actually trying to make words. He is focused enough as to his father taught him to ride a bike with no training wheels in just two days!!! I wanted to say this is all a coincidence. But is not. The main accomplishment I saw in his improvement with this supplement is focus. It is making a difference in everything he is learning. Couldn’t be anymore excited over this!!"
- Angela B.
"I have ADHD and often have trouble focusing in class because I become distracted. I adjust my seating or standing position a lot, I glance around the room during tests, and I dissociate from conversation. I am in college and needed something to get myself to stop using my phone to replace my fidgety behavior. These toys have helped way more than I thought they would. I carry a few toys in my backpack at a time. You would think these would be distracting, but because my hands are doing something, I don't feel restless anymore. All of that extra energy goes into playing with the sensory toys and I can focus in class. When I need to take breaks from schoolwork, they give me a little game to play that helps my concentration. They barely make noise so they aren't distracting to the other students around me. I still have these a year later."