Kids with ADHD often have trouble focusing in the classroom. Seeking educational accommodations will improve your child’s learning experience. Accommodations are special changes that your child receives in the class room. They can include: extra time on tests, tutoring, and seating in front of the classroom. Keep an open line of communication with teachers to ensure your child’s needs are met.
When developing an IEP (Individualized Educational Plan) or Section 504 Agreement for your child, parents are often left sitting at the meeting, overwhelmed by the entire process. They many times miss the opportunity to speak up for their child, to request services and accommodations that may create success rather than failure. This is not because…