Categories: School Issues

How to Advocate in the Educational System

You want your child to get as much out of his or her school experience as possible.

Part of a successful outcome involves working with your child’s school.

Here are seven pages of suggestions on how to get the most out of your often-frustrating experiences communicating with teachers, school administrators and school-based service providers.

This article is available as part of our Harold Meyer and Susan Lasky’s E-Book, Managing ADHD at School

To contact the authors:  haroldmeyer@addrc.org

 

Fine Print

ADD and ADHD are used interchangeably for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Any information or suggestions in this article are solely the opinion of the author(s) and should not replace the advice of appropriate medical, legal, therapeutic, financial or other professionals. We do not test or endorse any product, link, author, individual or service listed within.

Harold Robert Meyer MBA SCAC and Susan Karyn Lasky MA SCAC

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