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Computer Programs to Help ADHD Learners
"I was wondering if you know any computer programs that would be good for reading enrichment for a 4th grader with ADHD." -- LG, Florida
There are hundreds of programs today.
One way to leaf through this maze is to send for the Special Times Catalog from Cambridge MASS at 1-800-637-0047. They sift through all the software and highlight the best pieces for kids with special needs.
I find it a wonderful resource before I go software shopping. Their prices are quite competitive. I like Reader Rabbit and Jump Start Reading for starters.
Dr. Clare Jones was an educational consultant in Scottsdale, Arizona, respected throughout the psychological community for her work with ADHD children and adults. She passed away in late 2006 and is truly missed.