Students diagnosed with ADHD, ADD or other learning disabilities often times face obstacles that put them at a disadvantage in the classroom. Focusing in class, comprehending the material, and remembering to turn in assignments can become difficult and sometimes stressful tasks. Medication can help but does not solve these problems on its own. Fortunately students can get help to enhance their learning skills and overcome their difficulties. So what kind of support is best for your child? We will look at the pros and cons of the two main types: tutoring and academic mentoring. Tutoring Tutoring is subject-specific and aimed… read more →
Students often assume their success on academic tasks will depend on how they study and what they study. Unfortunately the components of “where” and “when” to study are sometimes neglected.
A new school year is upon us, and there are several steps to take to prepare your child who struggles with ADHD. The following is a list of things to think about before that first day.
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