ADHD Accommodations for Students: How to Request Accommodations From Teachers

Need help securing accommodations for your ADHD student? Form a partnership with your child’s teacher! If you work as a team, you’re more likely to get the help your attention deficit child needs to perform well in school.

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4 Tips for Productive Teacher/Parent Meetings with Your Child Has ADHD

It’s important to think of your ADHD child's teachers and school administrators as members of your team, rather than adversaries. Most children with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) are legally entitled to school help including ADHD accommodations in the classroom. This can mean he'll get extra time on tests, a seat near the blackboard, or even a full-time aide.

A good relationship with your child's teacher can help your child get these accommodations. Here's how to form one…

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