You're always trying new ways to help your child focus on lessons, adhere to classroom rules, and turn in his homework on time. You want support strategies that will nurture his strengths — and push him to meet the challenges each new school year brings.
This Special Report, ADHD at School: Strategies That Work, offers smart solutions and advice for how to:
1. Get effective classroom accommodations
2. Build better math, reading, and writing skills
3. Study smarter and finish homework without the drama
4. Organize backpacks, desks, and calendars
5. Fix classroom behavior problems and follow the rules
Start the school year off right! This must-have eBook contains 99 pages of well-researched expert tips and information for helping your child with ADHD or learning disabilities succeed at school.
This ADHD at School Special Report is an essential resource. Use it to help your child achieve academic and social success this school year. Chapters include:
How to get your child help and support by securing school services that meet individual learning, social, and emotional needs.
Sample letters and other expert-recommended tools to encourage parent-teacher coordination.
Teacher and parent-tested solutions for common ADHD symptoms like impulsivity, figdeting, and distractibility.
Complete and turn in assignments on time — and without the drama — with this homework system that works.
Tools for keeping backpacks and desks better organized, so more time is dedicated to learning, not hunting for lost papers.
Symptoms and common treatments for learning disabilities like dyslexia, dysgraphia, auditory processing disorders, and more.
Our experts suggest specific classroom and at-home accommodations to address common problems with organization, distractability, behavior, and social skills.
This eBook contains a sample letter you can adapt to request the initial educational evaluation for your child — the precursor to an IEP or 504 Plan.