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Young Boy Trying to Let Go of Small Details

How to Prevent a Bad Day

Children with ADHD are sensitive to negative feedback because their self-perception has been shaped through negative reactions from an early age.

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Student Motivated

Positively Motivate Your Child

As parents who have children with ADHD already know, the difficulty children have preparing for and completing tasks is neurologically based. Organizing thoughts and "getting started" is more difficult for these young people.

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Student with ADHD Doing Homework

Creative Homework Strategies

Most students experience occasional difficulties completing homework assignments. But for students with ADHD, homework challenges are often the norm rather than the exception.

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Teacher Encouraging Student in a Small Classroom Setting

Encouragement in Education

Encouragement is one of the most powerful tools in a teacher's arsenal. It is often the key to unlocking untapped potential in children, especially those who have trouble learning.

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Students Happy with School

Finding Success in School

If your child is a student with ADHD, it is more important than ever to find the right classroom environment for them. Seek out teachers who know how to bring out the best in your child.

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Student Receiving Individualized Attention in Small Classroom Setting

Individualized Education

For students with ADHD, individualized education is an excellent way to help children become successful by providing them with a structured environment that allows them to focus on their strengths.

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