!Hola! I’m Nicole, a mom and online Spanish teacher and tutor, living with the inattentive type of ADHD. My husband has the hyperactive type and my 12-year-old son has the combined type. We are a family of five living “abroad” in Puerto Rico. This blog has morphed over the years from ADHD help and tips, to our financial freedom story and, now a mini-retirement and travel journey.
Travel with Children
We are moving to Puerto Rico fall of 2019. I’ve moved hell and high water to sell my house and get my children enrolled in bilingual schools so they can learn Spanish and I can take a break from traditional work to focus on my own children. If you’re interested in learning how we did it, follow our IG account: @familyADDventures!
An AHDH household is sometimes unruly and unwieldy. It can be chaotic, full of loud voices and heightened emotions. In the past 3 years, my family has made huge strides in calming our brains, edifying our relationships with one another and finding ways to THRIVE, not just survive, with ADHD.
If you’ve been told by a doctor that you’re just busy and couldn’t possibly need medication, get a second opinion. If you know that your child is smarter than her grades show, listen to your gut. This blog suggests wats we’ve created a calmer and stress-reduced household. The better I manage my ADHD, the better I can support my children.
As a teacher, I have worked with countless parents and their ADHD students. By administering accommodations in my classroom, students become more confident learners. School success is possible! You can establish positive relationships with classroom teachers and administrators, build leverage through the child’s doctor and/or therapist, and start the process for ADHD and LD testing through the school. Testing gives you and your child a clearer picture of her learning needs and strengths. It sparks the mindset change of a lifetime!
The purpose of this blog is to empower and connect those of us living with, and caring for someone with ADHD. Welcome to our Family ADDventures!
You can find me on Facebook and on Instagram.
Please sign up to follow the blog and receive free strategies and tips on ADHD living, educational tools, and resources. If you have specific questions, jot them into the form, below. I can’t wait to connect. You can always email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the newsletter
Subscribe to get our latest content by email.