Free Guide: Easy Accommodations to Help Students with ADHD or LD
Download this comprehensive list of academic accommodations to help schoolchildren with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or learning disabilities like dyslexia.
ADHD is not a one-size-fits-all disorder. Some children might have trouble staying in their seat — while others may be too distracted to notice when everyone else gets up to go to recess! That’s why it’s so important for parents and teachers to work together to implement accommodations that are tailored to each child’s specific challenges.
Download this list of simple, effective classroom accommodations to help your child overcome any challenge ADHD throws at her. Examples include:
- Seating the student near a good role model
- Increasing the immediacy of rewards and consequences
- Allowing the student to keep a set of books at home
- Providing short breaks between assignments
- And many more!
Whether your child has low self-confidence, talks out of turn, or makes careless mistakes on assignments, there’s an accommodation on this list that can help. Try one — or a combination — to create a more supportive learning environment for your child.