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What Should You Consider Success in School?

by Harold Robert Meyer MBA SCAC and Susan Karyn Lasky MA SCAC on July 29, 2012

in ADHD & Education, Advocating, E-Book, Education, Parenting, School Issues, Students

Many children with ADD/ADHD are very bright, and their parents are often extremely frustrated (and worried) by the child’s school performance. Many adults with ADHD, even if successful, feel less than capable, due to poor grades when in school. So we ask, what should be considered success in school? There are four issues to consider…  This article is available as part of our E-Book, Managing ADHD at School

 

 


Harold Meyer and Susan Lasky are both Board Certified and Senior Certified ADHD Coaches.

To contact the authors: haroldmeyer@addrc.org


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

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