Strategies That Work: A Parent’s Guide to ADHD at School [downloadable]
For most students, the 2021-22 academic year will be starting in-person, and won’t feel like last year — but it will still feel different from years past. Despite so many unknowns on the horizon, there are challenges you can anticipate.
Children with ADHD and related neurological conditions lose completed homework, struggle to stay focused during lectures, and can’t remember the dozen-plus passwords they need to access various learning platforms.
Add to that the typical ADHD symptoms of distractibility, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, and you’ve got a whole set of “invisible” challenges at school, whether it’s taking place in the classroom or at the kitchen table.
In the 99-page ebook, A Parent’s Guide to ADHD at School, ADDitude experts provide smart strategies and fixes for the most common challenges.
- Get effective classroom accommodations
- Build better math, reading, and writing skills
- Study smarter and finish homework without the drama
- Organize backpacks, desks, and calendars
- Fix classroom behavior problems and follow the rules
This eBook is available from ADDitude Magazine for $12.95. It is delivered as a downloadable PDF, MOBI file for Kindle, and ePub file for iBook; it does not ship.
Source: ADDitude Magazine | A Parent’s Guide to ADHD at School, https://www.additudemag.com/product/adhd-at-school | Copyright © 1998 – 2021 New Hope Media LLC
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