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Amanda Driscoll is a dedicated runner who’s busy chasing after her ADHD kids. She writes about her triumphs, hardships, and the lessons she’s learned along the way—diagnoses, IEP meetings, organization challenges, medication changes, and more.

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Archives: April 2013

posted: Tuesday April 16th - 4:09pm

Coming Into My Own as an ADHD Advocate

I've finally become a seasoned advocate for my ADHD son. It just took a dozen IEP meetings to get here.

Strategies for Implementing an IEP at School for the Child with ADHD
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the 12th annual Individualized Education Plan (IEP) committee meeting for my son. Reflecting over the last twelve years of meetings like these has been an enlightening experience. The mother that sat at the first IEP meeting is a completely different person than the one that just attended her 12th. While navigating the system for my son, I’ve become...
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