ADHD and Learning Disabilities: School Help

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Fidgets in the Classroom for Kids with ADHD

Fidgets that could help your child with ADHD improve her focus in the classroom... Classroom fidgets help focus»

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Focus the Attention of Distracted Children

Creative ways to keep distracted children with ADHD and learning disabilities focused and engaged in the classroom and... more »

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Why Stress at School is Toxic to Kids with ADHD or LD

Chronic stress at school can make our kids dread going — and change their brains for the worse... more »

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

The Academic Check-Up for Students with ADHD: Better Teacher Meetings

Four tips for a more productive meeting with your child's teacher... more »

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Is Your Child's IEP Working? Checking Up on ADHD Accommodations

How to take stock of your child's special-ed plan and make changes to her ADHD accommodations that will... more »

Help Your ADHD Child Improve His Memory: Tips from Experts

Don't Forget: Memory Tips for Students with ADHD

15 expert tips for boosting memory in students with ADHD or learning disabilities and improving academic performance... more »

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ADHD in School: Finding the Right Learning Environment for Your Child

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

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My nine-year-old attention deficit hyperactivity (ADHD) daughter has a 504 Plan at school, but her teachers don’t always...

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

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