Sharing the right amount of information with male peers during conversations

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Kids with ADHD often have difficulty with summarizing-in reading comprehension, writing and in social communication.
As a result, they often tend to speak with too many details or details that are irrelevant to someone else understanding what they’re sharing.
Boys (as well as adult men) typically have less patience for conversations in which a male peer is giving too many details.

I use this strategy to teach kids how to speak in “parts” or “whole” rather than giving too many or irrelevant details in conversations.
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