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Helping children with ADHD build lasting friendships
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BUILD LASTING FRIENDSHIPS
Social Strategies for Making & Keeping Good Friends
Friendships require skills that don't come naturally to kids who may lag in maturity, miss cues, or interrupt. Here's how
parents and teachers can help at home and at school.
Bullying Stops Here
Bullies prey on kids who stand out or who struggle with social skills. Too often, children with ADHD fall victim. Learn how to help your child
stop the cycle of bullying.
Middle School Social Scene
A preteen's life is full of changes and big transitions, including an increased motivation to impress peers.
Help your tween navigate this tricky period.
"Today We're Learning About Friendship"
We wish! When so many children with ADHD and learning differences struggle to make friends,
why don't all schools teach social skills?
A PARENT'S HEARTFELT PLEA
"Please Let Him Make Just One Friend"
"Let the kind kids outnumber the bullies this year, let understanding outpace frustration, and let the parents (and teachers) know how important it is
talk openly about invisible disabilities.
WEBINAR TODAY @ 1PM EASTERN TIME
Maximize Learning in the Classroom: What Teachers Should Know About Students with ADHD
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Previous installments of ADDitude's 2019 Success at School series:
What to Do
the New Year Starts
Week 1: Set Up Smart Accommodations
Week 2: Build Executive Functions
Week 3: Establish a Homework System
Week 4: Block Out Distractions & Follow Directions
Week 5: Address Learning Challenges
Week 6: Solve Disruptive Classroom Behavior
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