Get Ready for School!

Four of our classic articles about smoothing the transition back to school.

Tuesday August 8th - 4:11pm

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ADDitude's annual Back-to-School special issue is on the way to ADDitude's print subscribers! It includes ADDitude's annual Success at School 24 page booklet--FREE to subscribers and jam packed with useful tips to help your family succeed at school this year.

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The 24-page back-to-school handbook will help you make this school year your child's best yet! What's inside:

  • Managing meds and controlling impulses
  • Harnessing excess energy
  • Mobilizing school support
  • Making friends and fitting in
  • An AD/HD and LD glossary and the best ADD support Web sites
  • Getting organized
  • The parent-teacher partnership
  • Completing homework on time
  • Working with kids' strengths

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Also in this issue:

>> Meeting the needs of non-ADD siblings

>> L
ife skills kids need before leaving the nest

>> Dr. Hallowell's secret for raising happy kids

>>
Socializing Made Easy

>>
Farewell to Paper Clutter

Back to School
Four of our classic articles about smoothing the transition back to school.

To Those Who May Teach My Child
An introductory letter to your child's teacher will show that you are there to provide support and understanding-as long as she does the same. Here's how to get started.
by Ellen Kingsley

Getting Ready to Go Back to School
Children with AD/HD have a hard time with transitions, especially when the one in question is the end of summer and return to school. by Sandy Maynard

Parent, Coach, Advocate
6 steps for meeting your child's educational needs.

Free PDF!
Classroom Accommodations to Help Students with AD/HD
Download and print this free chart of recommended classroom accommodations and give a copy to your child's teacher.

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