School intervention groups

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      l.cockrill
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      Hi,

      I work in a high school supporting pupils aged 12/13 and I’m looking for good resources to support pupils who have ADHD like symptoms.

      I’ve been running small groups for literacy, but many of the pupils struggle with impulsivity, organisation and focus and I’d like to run some groups to support them with strategies and practices to improve executive function and organisation strategies. Has anybody had success with this approach in schools.

      I might try using the bullet journal method with them, but would like some other resources that I can use.

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      Penny Williams
      Keymaster

      The ADDitude website is full of teaching and learning strategies for ADHD.

      https://www.additudemag.com/category/parenting-adhd-kids/school-learning/homework-study-skills/
      https://www.additudemag.com/category/parenting-adhd-kids/school-learning/executive-functions/

      Developing tailored interventions for executive functioning struggles would be a huge help to your students. As well as the impact of meeting other students who have similar struggles and knowing they’re not alone.

      Penny
      ADDitude Community Moderator, Parenting ADHD Coach, Podcaster & Author, Mom to teen w/ ADHD, LDs, and autism

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