The start of college is an exciting time for many teens and young adults, but it’s also a major adjustment, especially for people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or other neurodevelopmental conditions. “As opposed to high school, university life usually requires a much greater degree of independence and self-reliance, something that individuals with ADHD may struggle […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A year and a half into the pandemic, the crucial and irreplaceable role that school plays in students’ lives has never been clearer. In contrast to last fall, when school buildings in some parts of the country closed for long periods (mostly in blue cities and towns), a consensus has emerged this year in favor […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Annie Sofield Reed Set the tone for a successful school year for your student by having conversations with your child, his teachers, doctors, and the other important people in his life. Find out what to discuss here. Read the full articleContinue Reading... No Comments.
By Eileen Bailey How should I prepare for the IEP/504 Plan meeting with my child’s school? How can I increase the odds of getting the best accommodations for him? You are the expert on your child. Let everyone at the meeting know that by taking the lead. Use information and documents from teachers and caretakers, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Back to School and ADHD: New Research Adam Shapiro, ContributorRead this to uncover the story. HuffPost | The following is a guest blog by Dr. James Greenblatt. The practice of medicine is amazing, insightful and powerful—when it’s accurate. When it relies on falsehoods or incorrect interpretations, it leads patients and their families down rabbit holes. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Healthwise Staff Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may have difficulty in school, because their symptoms—inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity—get in the way of learning. Success in school is important for the development of healthy self-esteem and confidence. You can help your child succeed in school by: Working with teachers and other school personnel. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Richard Chang Study.com has launched a series of articles and teaching resources designed to address the learning challenges associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The 15 articles and 53 lessons have been released in conjunction with ADHD Awareness Month and include parent and teacher strategies to support students in school and at home. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Additude editors Homework isn’t easy for children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD). They have to copy assignments, bring home the right books, and keep track of due dates — all difficult tasks for children with poor focus, attention, or memory. Can you give your ADHD child some homework help? Yes! Create consistent routines […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By John Taylor, Ph.D. The alarm rings. Your child hops happily out of bed. After brushing her teeth, she heads for the closet and picks out something appropriate for the season. Before her first mouthful of cornflakes, she checks her backpack to make sure that she’s got all of her homework. Then she heads to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.