“I remember I was at my preschool and I was mad, I think because i just wanted to play with legos but some other kid kept saying “no”. I grabbed a big ruler and just started hitting everything I could see. I was about to explode and I was running and the teachers were chasing … Continue reading I Think My Preschooler Has ADHD – What to Do
Author: Nicole Biscotti, M. Ed.
As if it’s not tough enough to deal with an executive function disorder, those with ADHD and their loved ones are often barraged with comments about how ADHD is a “new thing” or smug references about how they didn’t have ADHD in their day, kids just played outside. Overall, many seem to feel that this … Continue reading ADHD is as Modern as Ancient Greece
By Nicole Biscotti, M.Ed.& her 9 year old son, Jason Vargas “When I was little I got kicked out of a school and I think it was kind of my fault because I did a lot of bad things but kind of not totally my fault because they didn’t know how to basically deal with … Continue reading Why ADHD is Everyone’s Problem
“I married my first husband when I was two months pregnant with my oldest daughter. He was dark and handsome. I was a light skinned Irish Italian girl and he was Puerto Rican. Those two didn’t mix often in the fifties in New York City but tell that to a young girl crazy in love. … Continue reading But, I Loved Them More…
By Vernon Wright & Nicole Biscotti How is a Mentoring relationship born? Where can you find a mentor or mentee? We’re hearing more and more about the benefits of having a mentor and of being one also. But how does that relationship begin? What does it look like? I believe that at its core, the … Continue reading The Impact of Mentoring