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School Rules! ADDitude's ADHD & Learning Guide
PART 1: BEFORE THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR
10 Things To Do BEFORE School Starts
10 Things To Do BEFORE School Starts
A successful school year begins now. Use this guide to start reviewing your child's IEP or 504 Plan, developing organization systems, hammering out a healthy routine, and more »
Parents: This Is YOUR Back-to-School Survival Guide
Parents: This Is Your Back-to-School Survival Guide
During the summer, you let bedtimes and routines slide. We all do — but now it's time to reset your child's internal clocks, carve out study space, and organize your own daily planner.
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ADHD Back-to-School Prep: 10 Talks to Have for a Great School Year
10 Back-to-School Conversations
Open communication is essential — at school, and beyond. So make sure your child really understands ADHD, partner with the teacher, touch base with the doctor, and more.
What I Wish My Son’s Teachers Knew About Him and ADHD
"What I Wish My Son’s Teachers Knew About Him"
"Please know that my son doesn’t want to misbehave. That moving helps his brain stay focused. And that, when you praise him, it absolutely makes his day."
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Download: Dear Teacher, Please Meet My Child: A Sample Letter for Parents
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Dear Teacher...
Begin each school year by composing a letter to your child's new teacher that outlines his strengths, challenges, and past successes. Use this sample letter as a guide >
How to Shake Last Year’s Frustrating Habits
How to Shake Last Year’s Frustrating Habits
With your child, make a list of the biggest school challenges she faced last year, then brainstorm solutions that can help her avoid repeating them this year.
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ADDITUDE Q&A
What to Expect at the First IEP Meeting
What to Expect at the First IEP Meeting
Q: How should I prepare for my first meeting with the director of special education? See the answer >
Re-petitioning the School for an IEP?
Re-Petitioning the School for an IEP?
Q: The school denied my son an IEP because he's 'too smart' — but he's still struggling. Should we try again? See the answer >
When a Child with ODD Goes to School
When a Child with ODD Goes to School
Q: My son with ODD was kicked out of 4 preschools. How do we get him ready for kindergarten? Answer >
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