window.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function() { jQuery(window).load(function() { jQuery('.flexslider').flexslider({ animation: "fade", //String: Select your animation type, "fade" or "slide" slideDirection: "horizontal", //String: Select the sliding direction, "horizontal" or "vertical" slideshow: true, //Boolean: Animate slider automatically slideshowSpeed: 7000, //Integer: Set the speed of the slideshow cycling, in milliseconds animationDuration: 500, //Integer: Set the speed of animations, in milliseconds directionNav: false, //Boolean: Create navigation for previous/next navigation? (true/false) controlNav: false, //Boolean: Create navigation for paging control of each clide? Note: Leave true for manualControls usage keyboardNav: false, //Boolean: Allow slider navigating via keyboard left/right keys mousewheel: false, //Boolean: Allow slider navigating via mousewheel prevText: "Previous", //String: Set the text for the "previous" directionNav item nextText: "Next", //String: Set the text for the "next" directionNav item pausePlay: false, //Boolean: Create pause/play dynamic element pauseText: "Pause", //String: Set the text for the "pause" pausePlay item playText: "Play", //String: Set the text for the "play" pausePlay item randomize: false, //Boolean: Randomize slide order slideToStart: 0, //Integer: The slide that the slider should start on. Array notation (0 = first slide) animationLoop: true, //Boolean: Should the animation loop? If false, directionNav will received "disable" classes at either end pauseOnAction: true, //Boolean: Pause the slideshow when interacting with control elements, highly recommended. pauseOnHover: true, //Boolean: Pause the slideshow when hovering over slider, then resume when no longer hovering controlsContainer: "", //Selector: Declare which container the navigation elements should be appended too. Default container is the flexSlider element. Example use would be ".flexslider-container", "#container", etc. If the given element is not found, the default action will be taken. manualControls: "", //Selector: Declare custom control navigation. Example would be ".flex-control-nav li" or "#tabs-nav li img", etc. The number of elements in your controlNav should match the number of slides/tabs. }); }); });

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Last Updated June 2, 2022

What Does The Verbal Comprehension Index on The WISC-V Mean?

April 11, 2022 - No Comments

Does your child struggle with problem solving? Do they have a hard time expressing their thoughts verbally? Or does

Remaining Active During COVID-19 as a Teenager and Young Adult with ADHD

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One of the best things to do to treat ADHD is to be active — very active. In fact,

Helpful Homework Strategies For Kids With ADHD

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Ethan’s parents have always noticed that he has a very hard time paying attention to things that do not interest

Resources on Processing Speed for Parents

January 13, 2020 - No Comments

Helping kids with slow processing requires that we identify these concerns at home and in the classroom. Dr. Kulman conducts

Resources for Parents on Impulsivity and Response Inhibition

December 17, 2019 - No Comments

Kids who can’t stop moving and act before thinking are a challenge for parents and teachers. Many impulsive kids are

Videos on Brain Training

October 3, 2019 - No Comments

Brain training, while a very beneficial practice for both children and adults, can be difficult to understand. We have collected

Websites for Parents on Academic and Study Skills

September 30, 2019 - No Comments

Effective study skills are crucial for learning and getting good grades. Many kids who struggle with school are using strategies

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Videos for Parents for Executive Functions

September 26, 2019 - No Comments

Many kids have figured out that one of the best ways for them to learn about their world is by

Websites for Parents on Executive Functions

September 23, 2019 - No Comments

Executive functions are brain-based cognitive skills that facilitate critical thinking and self-regulation. Executive functions call upon the prefrontal cortex of our brains to help with

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Websites for Parents on Time Management

September 12, 2019 - No Comments

Time Management involves the ability to respond to things in a timely fashion, estimate the time necessary to complete tasks,

Websites for Parents on Task Initiation

September 9, 2019 - No Comments

Learning about task initiation is incredibly beneficial for parents. The resources we have included provide tips and activities that can

Videos on Goal-Directed Persistence

August 19, 2019 - No Comments

Goal-directed persistence, also known as “stick-to-itiveness,” refers to our ability to set a reachable goal and then display ongoing efforts