children face a variety of changes in the way that they attend school. Some might be attending virtual classes; others might attend school in-person with many new rules.Â To help your child with ADHD adjust to these changes,Â learn about the resources available for parents.
A compilation of articles on practical advice and strategies for handling ADHD/ADD at home and at school.
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.
Clues to the symptoms of ADHD if you think one of your students may have the disorder; as well as 105 strategies in managing classrooms that are not only helpful to students with ADHD, but are also helpful to the whole classroom.
August 09, 2017Â byÂ Counseling@NYU Staff Strategies for ADHD: How Counselors Help Todayâ€™s Students Succeed More than 6 million children between the ages of 4 and 17 had been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as of 2011, according to theÂ Centers for Disease Control and PreventionÂ External linkÂ . Itâ€™s a complicated disorder with a long history. In … Read more
If you have not done so lately, it is time to make another appointment with your childâ€™s school to check up on your child’s progress.
Suggestions for communicating with your childâ€™s teachers and school administrators to ensure that your child gets the most out of his or her educational experience.
Sometimes children say things that could have an impact on their school performance, even if you are not aware of it.
Managing ADHD at School
For those with ADHD, certain management techniques at home and at school are needed to cope with their individual learning processes.