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The structure, organization, self-esteem and discipline parents instill in their children with ADHD can help teachers tremendously at school. With this electronic Parent Guide, you can help parents of children with ADHD and boost your school success.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that one in six children now have a developmental disability. Many of these children have the diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). These children make life at home and in the classroom a challenge. But parents can have a significant impact on how well their children with ADHD perform … in school and life.
Parenting a child with ADHD takes ordinary parenting challenges to new heights. It requires a lot more planning, involvement and patience. Otherwise, the condition results in frustrated parents and a child who feels helpless and hopeless.
ADHD is highly treatable, but even with the best treatment it requires extra effort from the whole family. Parents need solid information and guidance and that's where school leaders and this Parent Guide can help. Parents will learn what ADHD is (and what it isn't), what is known about its cause, how to get a proper diagnosis, how ADHD can affect their child at home and at school, how it can affect friends and other relationships, what they can do at home to help, what they can do to get outside help, where they can find resources to learn more. With this information, proper treatment and their loving support, parents can help their child achieve his/her maximum potential. Teachers will benefit year after year as these children get the help they need at home.
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