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The Supreme Court’s Ruling: The Impact on Success in the Classroom for ADHD Children

The Supreme Court recently had to make a decision that would impact our kids with special needs, including the possible success in the classroom for A...

CUTV News Radio spotlights ADD Advocate Karen Lowry

On Monday, February 17, 2017 CUTV News Radio interviewed me about ADHD, coaching, and advocacy. During this 30 minute interview, so much great imp...

October is ADHD Awareness Month

October is ADHD awareness month.  ADHD is a medical diagnosis that is invisible and affects those with it in many different ways.  It really is a co...

Can a ADHD Child’s IEP be Individualized?

[caption id="attachment_713" align="alignleft" width="400"] Photo courtesy of The Parent Side.[/caption]If a child with ADHD is eligible for an I...

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...

Can the School Mandate ADHD Medication?

With the diagnosis of ADHD comes the journey of many decisions.  Decisions that include the need for effective management in areas of home and school...

Parents Fighting to Stay Visible with Their Childs ADHD IEP Team

Staying visible with your child’s ADHD IEP Team / the child study team is always a constant battle. The parent or parents are always being told that...

The Invisible Real Reason for an IEP

I often see in dealing with teens and families as an ADHD coach the lack of support in the school.  This week I have seen something never before seen...

Yes, ADHD is Real

I recently read an article about a neuroscientist who does not believe that ADHD is real.  His name is Dr. Bruce Perry.  Let me list three areas of ...

Positive Self Esteem with ADHD

We talk often about the impairments of ADHD and the need for support in the classroom in the form of either an IEP or 504.  Descriptions include lack...

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