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Insuring the ADHD Civil Rights for Our Children and 504 Plans

I was recently in a school meeting defending the ADHD civil rights for the children of my clients. They basically wanted a 504 plan for their twins, w...

Self-Advocacy: Understanding ADHD Accommodations and 504 Plan

In my previous blog, A True Story: ADHD and Self ADHD Advocacy, I talk about the importance of our teens advocating for their needs in order to have s...

The Forgotten Invisibility of Inattentive ADHD in Boys and Girls

I think our understanding of ADHD has certainly moved forward, and why many times ADHD coaching is much needed. But yet there are still so many who re...

The Effects of ADHD Medication in Children and Teens

As much as I know about ADHD advocacy, 504 plans, IEP programs, and as passionate as I am to help others and to advocate – the effects of ADHD medic...

Do You Know the Civil Rights of Students with ADHD?

On July 26, 2016, the U.S. Department of Education issued a guidance letter that refers to current Federal law regarding civil rights of students with...

An Effective IEP for ADHD in the Classroom

In webinars and in sessions with private clients, I have discussed important areas that require action plans in order to successfully achieve needed A...

An IEP Refusal

After giving a school support webinar, I received many good questions that reflect the difficulties families have insuring that their child receives a...

Painting the Picture of the Child with ADHD

So many articles are out there guiding parents on how to paint the picture of their child. This painting consists of the bright colors (areas where th...

Parental Guilt: Cured by School Support?

A mom reached out to gain ADHD coaching support for her eighth grader. But after many questions, I found a child who felt bad about himself; and a...

The Gray Area Regulated in the IEP for ADHD

I first talked about the gray area regulated in the IEP for ADHD in an earlier blog post titled: How to Educate a Child with ADHD. It was there I firs...

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