An ADHD child requires firmer guidelines as they find it more difficult to govern their own behaviours.
In terms of 'best discipline', unfortunately it is matter of finding what works best for your child.
As I mentioned, guidelines are of utmost importance. Creating timetables and rosters is possibly the easiest manner to enable your child to know what is expected of him at various times of the day; continuing this system into his classroom can also help. Explaining in simple but clear terms what he is required to do in a situation such as going to the shops will also help. A reward system implemented with this is very important to the success of this as he will learn that abiding by the rules and behaviours expected of him wil lead to rewards.
It is essential that whatever you implement be done so consistently and across all households, by all people involved in his upbringing. Doing so will ensure he does not attempt to play one adult against another.
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