In this FREE insider’s guide from the experts at ImpactADHD® you are going to discover how parents from all over the world are motivating their children to respond to their requests without meltdowns, tantrums or pushback.
If you have a complex child, no doubt you’ve experienced the challenge and frustration of trying to get them motivated.
Perhaps they are “quirky” or “complicated,” they may or may not have a diagnosis (or few), and they seem to march through life to the beat of their own drum.
Whether they struggle with organization, emotional regulation, social issues or more (or all), life for them just feels like it’s often more complicated than it is for others.
If that’s your kid, then this guide is for you.
Inside you’ll find:
✓ The #1 reason your child struggles with motivation (hint: it’s not because they’re lazy, inconsiderate, or disrespectful)
✓ Our 3 Step Process for motivating your complex child
✓ Our tried and true Get Started Guide
✓ Printable Quick Tips for Mastering Motivation
We’re Diane Dempster & Elaine Taylor-Klaus,
the co-founders of IMPACTADHD® and creators of the award-winning Sanity School™ parent management training program for parents.
As the mothers of 6 complex kids between us, we saw that there was a critical need for training, coaching and support for parents. We co-founded ImpactADHD® in 2011 to meet those needs, starting with the ADHD community and expanding quickly to support parents of children with a wide range of complex challenges.
Our mission is to make excellent resources accessible and affordable for parents -- offering effective strategies that work in the real-life world of parenting complex kids!
We created the IMPACT Parent’s Guide to Motivating Your Complex Kid because parents frequently ask us, “How can I motivate my child to (fill in the blank)?”
No matter what you want to help your child accomplish, motivation is a key ingredient to success -- and to be honest, it’s not as hard as it sounds. Finding motivation is actually something we can teach you to do! And more importantly, something you’ll be able to teach your kids to do for themselves.
That’s the goal for long-term success for complex kids, after all: empowering them to take ownership of their lives and reach for their own success. And helping them understand and use motivation is key to that success.
“Since finishing the Sanity School™ for Teacher lessons, my 13 year old daughter has not had any missing homework and her grades have gone up. I thought I was going through this course to help her, but really I am the one it helped the most. I had lots of information, before, but Sanity School™ helped me fit it together to make it work. I think more about what I say and do when interacting with her. Our home is much more calm, and we are much closer now than ever before. Her teacher has even commented on much she has grown over the last 2 months, and thanked me for what I have been doing with her at home!”
Kerilyn M, Two Rivers, WI