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You will learn:
The “ABC’s” of AD/HD
How AD/HD is recognized, diagnosed, and treated
Different forms and coexisting conditions
The “Hidden Treasures” (positive aspects) of AD/HD
Linda’s program: goals and details
Building self-esteem. What students learn about AD/HD.
Empowerment. How students learn to control behavior and advocate with teachers for classroom accommodations—without making excuses for their shortcomings.
Academic success. How students learn study skills, organizational skills, time-management skills, and skills to structure their environment.
Improving citizenship and social success.
Especially for parents
Working effectively with teachers
Understanding your rights
Providing structure to help children organize their time, space, and behavior
Avoiding pitfalls and coping with problems
Especially for teachers
Gaining parents’ trust and working positively with them
Handling academic and behavioral problems
Nine common problem areas and accommodations that help children overcome them
How to start an AD/HD program in your own school