With kids counting down to the last day of school, we’re all looking forward to warm weather, free time and family adventures. But for a lot of parents (and kids, too!) the lack of structure and changes in routine can make those long summer days a struggle.Children may feel liberated from classes and homework, but parents often feel more responsibility to keep kids occupied (without resorting to Fortnite!) and behavior on track. So while everyone else is gearing up for summer fun you may find yourself wondering how you’ll make it all work. Is a drug holiday right for your child with ADHD? Do you have an anxious child who’s going to summer camp? Do family vacations require extra prep to make them successful for your kids? We’ve got you. Click here for some ideas:

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