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Let's Talk About ADHD

Millions of children are diagnosed with ADHD. While some parents choose to start home schooling an ADHD child, some prefer to help their children learn how to function in a typical school environment. But what about the teachers? How can a teacher effectively work with and help a student with ADHD, without neglecting the other students?
"Whether accommodations are delivered via a 504 plan or an IEP, careful assessment and documentation of a student's strengths, interests, and needs is vital in developing an appropriate plan that assists the student in meeting his or her educational goals."
Kristie Melkers, special education consultant, offers other suggestions, such as presenting curriculum in a clear, progressive manner, and assessing sensitivity to computer monitors and fluorescent lights. Read more at BellaOnline.com.

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Posted By: Aspen Education Group