Children with ADHD and/or learning disabilities often feel overwhelmed by the challenges they face at school. From focusing during a lecture to remembering homework assignments to completing standardized tests, school can be difficult for them.
Children with AD/HD are often very bright but may not be able to thrive in school because their learning environment may negatively impact their success in school.
If you have not done so lately, it is time to make another appointment with your child’s school to check up on your child’s progress.
Suggestions for communicating with your child’s teachers and school administrators to ensure that your child gets the most out of his or her educational experience.
Through this guide the Individualized Education Program (IEP) is defined, and thoroughly explains how the IEP is developed and implemented in New York State.
Information on the 504 Plans based on parents, professionals, and educators feedback.
Learn your Constitutional Rights for a good education in New York State.
Managing ADHD at School
Four steps in improving discussions with your child’s teacher about his or her ADHD disorder and progress in school.