ADHD and Learning Disabilities: School Help

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Author Blake Taylor has ADHD and was teased by a bully until he and his mom decided to double-team the tough guy into submission.

How I Beat the Bully

Does your child with ADHD face torment and teasing at school? Learn how this successful young author and... more »

 
Young students run through a school hallway at a learning institution for children with ADHD and learning disabilities.

Finding the Right School for Your Child

Essential steps for parents who are seeking the best learning environment for a child with ADHD or learning... more »

 
An ADD / ADHD child acts up at school. Lack of impulse control is a common attention deficit symptom.

Impulse-Control Strategies for Students with ADHD

Why do kids with ADHD call out in class or push in line? Poor impulse control. The solution?... more »

 
Studying can be overwhelming for elementary school children with ADD/ADHD.

We Got Mad (Study) Skills

Middle school comes as an academic, organizational shock to children who didn't build good study habits in elementary... more »

 
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How to Cut Homework Time in Half

The amount of time spent agonizing over assignments bares no direct correlation to the quantity of knowledge and... Finish in record time »

 
An ADD / ADHD child jumps and fidgets with excess energy.

Safe, Productive Movement Ideas for Hyperactive Students

"Hyperactive behavior isn't a choice, but an expression of a brain-based biological disorder." Instead of trying to make... more »

 
A child with ADHD being unfairly punished by abusive teachers

The School Went Too Far This Time

Misbehavior at school — violent outbursts, in particular — requires swift, forceful action. But if a teacher's or... more »

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

Strategies for coping with ADHD that, for a time, help my daughter, Natalie, often lose their effectiveness with continued use.

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