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Do you think schools do enough for children with ADHD and other learning disabilities?


 

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    BusyBeaver 4 years ago

    I think there are different ways to teach children with ADHD to keep them engaged so they can learn. I have read books that give ideas on how to teach them.

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    BusyBeaver 4 years ago

    I agree training is the key. But sometimes they just pass them through. I have been to psychologist they educate me then I have to educate the school and the teachers of different ways to teach him.

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    BusyBeaver 4 years ago

    My son has been labeled as well and that only frustrates him further. He is picked on every day and the schools answer is it's his fault when the other children hit him.????


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    Alison-Jean 2 years ago

    I agree-most parents I meet talk about wanting to implement strategies to help their ADHD child but weary of carrying those strategies through. It is satisfying, if you make even the smallest breakthrough. but exhausting and parenting is full time.

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    BusyBeaver 4 years ago

    I have personal experience as well. I have my son in programs to help him but for the last 4 years the school doesn't give him what they promised in the contract I sign with them. I go to the meetings and do ask what we as a team or village can do to