Approximately half of all children and teens who are diagnosed with ADHD also struggle with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or auditory processing disorder. This is not uncommon and the approach should be just as critical as it was having your child diagnosed with ADHD.
A learning disability may explain why a child who is taking ADHD medication can sit still and stay focused but yet continue to do poorly academically. While your child may not have been diagnosed with a learning disability, they will need academic interventions to help him or her catch up.
everyday ADDvice will provide you with the resources you are seeking. Every other month, we will provide you with new ways to understand your child’s learning, or even your own way of learning, and offer various resources for seeking help. Often it’s not even “your child’s fault” but moreso the way they ares being taught so recognizing the signs and symptoms are an excellent start.
In addition, everyday ADDvice will set you up with effective management of IEP meetings, parent-teacher conferences, homework load and specific systems to help routines become easier for everyone.
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