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  • Product Description

    This downloadable eBook is a guide to distance learning for ADHD families. Learn:

    • Your child’s educational rights while crisis schooling
    • How to learn (and teach) outside the classroom
    • How to get organized for learning at home
    • How to create new structure and routines
    • How to provide emotional and social support at home

    PLEASE NOTE: This eBook is delivered as a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.

  • Full Product Description

    Working and learning at home has been challenging for most Americans, and even more so for children with ADHD who rely on activity to regulate mood, focus, and impulses. ADDitude is here to help neurodiverse families navigate the school year head with this guide to distance learning, including lessons on:

    • Fighting for your child’s educational rights while crisis schooling
    • Learning to learn (and teach) outside the classroom
    • Getting organized for learning at home
    • Creating new structure and routines
    • Providing emotional and social support at home

    The Distance Learning Guide for ADHD Families presents a comprehensive plan for the school year — whatever that may look like — filled with expert advice and concrete tips to help your family adapt and thrive amid the new normal.


    “For children with ADHD, transitions and change are particularly disruptive. New routines and expectations tax their executive functions. A lack of social and physical interaction with peers saps their motivation. And a new reliance on personal time management breeds quick frustration. If you’re at a loss, and fear that your child may be losing important academic ground, here’s my advice for you…”

    “The school’s legal obligation to provide appropriate accommodations has not changed during the switch to remote learning, although the U.S. Department of Education has advised that ‘exceptional circumstances could affect how a particular service is provided.'”

    “If the time you devote to learning at home is focused, you don’t need to spend seven hours a day on school work. More is accomplished when teaching happens one-on-one, so learning goals can be met more quickly. Plus, there are fewer interruptions at home and transitions require less time.”

    Make This Weird School Year a Successful One — ORDER THE eBOOK NOW!

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