Parents of teens with ADHD and Autism: Got a beef with your school? An advocate can help. Advocates are experts in the placement of children with special needs. Check it out. Advocates can teach you how to go assist with your child’s school. These strategies help to increase possibility for each time. Together, they can […]
ADHD teens and young adults out of control? Parents hold the key. But how? What is the behavior for ADHD teens like? Greater highs and lows for sure. Difficulty to deal with frustration. Poor decision making. Wow! Behavior of teens with ADHD is off the hook. This is especially true with behavior in school. Problems […]
Learning disabilities. Do you know what they are? Probably. Did you know that 50% of Autistic people have a learning disability? How about 50% of children and adolescents with ADHD have at least one learning disability. Let’s learn about it. Defining learning disabilities is a challenge. It depends on who’s asking. There are several types […]
Exhaustible! Exhaustion! Fashionable complaint? Nope. Burnout is an official diagnosis. Yes…it’s legitimate. Especially people with ADHD. Legitimate symptoms are used to qualify for burnout. There are feelings of exhaustion or energy depletion. There is an increased mental distance from one’s job or negativism related to one’s job. Evaluating the job performance, there is reduced […]
Should students be placed in classes based on similar abilities? Low-level math? On-grade-level biology? What are the odds that same student can be in AP Physics? Now try it again, only add students with ADHD. Not likely, but it does happen. Here’s how. Students with ADHD have a smaller chance of being successful in […]
More students with ADHD are entering inclusive classrooms with their non-disabled peers. Is instruction better? Are they learning more to prepare them for the real world? Here are tips to improve outcomes.