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Resources that focus on the educational rights of students with ADHD.

  • Learning Disabilities Information

    Learning Disabilities Information offers articles and resources for parents of children with learning disabilities. Learn about the symptoms, types of learning disabilities, and find programs to help your child.

  • ADD in School

    ADDinSchool.comprovides parents and teachers with classroom interventions for elementary school students and teenagers to helpwith Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD). The site also offers Ritalin treatment alternatives.

  • Education Rights and ADHD

    Written in 2000, thisarticle by David Rabiner, Ph.D.reviews information on the educational rights that are guaranteed by law for children with ADHD.

  • LD OnLine.org

    LD OnLine seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD.


    NICHCY: National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities provides up-to-date information about the educational rights of children with disabilities, including ADHD.

  • PACER: Parent Advocacy for Educational Rights

    PACER: Parent Advocacy Center for Educational Rights is a national center based in Minnesota whose mission is to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of life of children and young adults with disabilities, including ADHD,and their families, based on the concept of parents helping parents.

  • Schools for Boys

    Recent studies into learning styles have revealed that boys and girls learn very differently. Boys use more of their brains for spatial-mechanical functioning, which not only means that they enjoy moving things around but also that they learn better when they're able to do so. Boys also compartmentalize learning, which means that it's harder for them to switch from one subject to another. And, boys have less serotonin in their brains, so they're more likely to act impulsively and be less able to sit still for long periods of time.

  • The Child Advocate: ADHD under IDEA

    The Child Advocate: ADHD under IDEA, written by Matthew Cohen, JD, discusses what you need to know about ADHD under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

  • Treatment of School-Aged Children with ADHD

    Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Guide for Treatment of School-Aged Children with ADHD provides evidence-based recommendations for the treatment of children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

  • Wrightslaw.com

    Wrightslaw.com offers parents, advocates, educators, and attorneys accurate, up-to-date information about special education law and advocacy for children with disabilities, such as ADHD.You will find articles, cases, newsletters, and other resources.