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New Study: ADHD Medications Don’t Improve Homework Speed, Results

A small study suggests that stimulant medications used to treat ADHD do not always help children with ADHD...

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Homeschooling ADHD Kids

When Traditional Schools Fail Your Child

When a child is left behind, ignored, or frustrated in a traditional classroom setting, many parents begin researching... more »

Picking topics of study that interest ADHD students is the key to their success.

Turning It In Should Be the Easy Part of Homework, Right?

Even when they complete their homework, students with ADHD don't always remember to turn in assignments on time... more »

Gifted and ADHD

Unlocking the Potential of Gifted Kids with ADHD

ADHD and intelligence are uncorrelated. Yet so many of our kids score off the charts on IQ tests... When ADHD children are gifted students»

An ADD / ADHD child learns about time management and organization in order to perform better in school.

Calendars, Clocks, and Confidence: School Organization Tips

When ADHD or learning disabilities are involved, organization challenges can go from tough to torturous — and the... more »

Middle school students with ADHD can use planners and binders to stay organized.

In Middle School, Organization Is Do or Die

Teenagers love independence. What they don't love is managing their schedules, homework, and obligations alone. This is especially... Middle school mess…managed! »


Saving Katie: How A New School Changed My Daughter's Life

My daughter was bullied in public school because of her ADHD and autism. Finding and switching to a... Selecting a school for your ADHD child»

Study tips for students with attention deficit disorder (ADHD)

Test-Taking Strategies for Every Exam Type

Students with ADHD tend to crumble under the pressure and information overload of bigs exams. Use these specific... more »

Ask The Expert Robert Tudisco

Today's Question :

I requested a 504 Plan for my son, who was recently diagnosed with ADHD, and was told he...

I have learned that not only is it okay to be a strong advocate for your child, but it’s necessary.

— Amanda Driscoll, blogger

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