Chaotic Bed and Bath Times Beware... Hey, You! Launches "Splish, Splash, Time To Take A Bath" for Children with ADHD

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From undressing to falling asleep and everything in between, this auditory program aims to help children with ADHD build the positive routine necessary to turn mom and dad's bedtime nightmare into a successful sleeping household.

Hey, You!

Topping the list…get rid of grime, lose the dirt…scrub off the slime.

Finally, a new and different solution to help with the bedtime mayhem that can occur in the households of families, especially those living with ADHD. Hey, You! is excited to announce the release of "Splish, Splash, Time To Take A Bath." This auditory sequence gives directions for the following tasks: Taking clothes off, taking a bath/shower, putting pj’s on, hair combing, teeth brushing, getting in bed, reflecting on day, and a lullaby to fall asleep to. "Splish, Splash, Time To Take A Bath," uses task delineation, multi-sensory techniques, and repetition - at home - to create habits while having infectious fun.

Hey, You! programs are not checklists. They are songs comprised of consistent verbiage, rhythm and structured movement. Children need to be taught how to consistently retrieve skills in order to thrive in their daily lives. Hey, You! programs promote additional memory modalities to help the child internalize the skill and have fun in the process.

Hey, You! is the result of Dr. Melinda McNeal's desire to alleviate stress at home by giving parents and children tools for learning life skills. Dr. McNeal has appeared on Attention Talk Radio which calls Hey, You! the Schoolhouse Rock of ADHD and she was a featured expert on ImpactADHD.

"Splish, Splash, Time To Take A Bath" and "Get Up... Get Dressed... Get Going" are available for download at http://www.heyyouadhd.com.

About Hey, You!

Hey, You! offers at home solutions for families living with ADHD that help with task completion. Using consistent verbiage, rhythm and structured movement, Hey, You! provides a fun, effective and consistent way for families to alleviate the stress of completing everyday tasks that those without ADHD may take for granted. Our goal is to foster completion of daily living skills in a timely and efficient manner through auditory instructions set to music. The Hey, You! story and programs can be found at http://www.heyyouadhd.com.

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