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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...

A True Story: ADHD and Self ADHD Advocacy

I believe that many of us involved in ADHD coaching and ADHD advocacy have an emotional component. Many people that have ADHD, realize when they’re ...

ADHD Advocate – Parents are Members of the IEP Team

Parents are an integral part of the IEP team and a very important ADHD advocate. Kids with ADHD need to know that they have strengths since during the...

ADHD and College: Connecting College Kids for Success

For parents of kids who will be college bound in the fall, ADHD and college is a top concern. This is the child with ADHD who you have supported and f...

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...

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