Are you an educator concerned about some of your students who may be affected by ADHD? Or are you a parent looking for a helpful resource for your child's teacher? CHADD's "Recognizing ADHD in the Classroom" is a helpful resource for classroom teachers looking for tips to helps their students be successful. Get your free copy now at bit.ly/CHADD-TeacherCard .
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I love the Recgonizing ADHD In the Classroom chart and the strategies educators can use to help students in their class who may have ADHD. I am both a parent of a child who has ADHD as well as a future educator-I will start my student teaching in the Fall of 2018. This information is exactly what I need. I have saved the information to my computer for future reference!
I'm sorry to hear this! You or your grandson's parents can download the Teacher card at bit.ly/CHADDTeacherCard or send it as an email to your grandson's teachers. They may find it help and maybe it will help your grandson. His parents can also give us a call, M-F, 1-5 p.m. ET, at 800-233-4050 and our Health Information Specialists would be happy to talk about possible ways to get him help he needs, so he won't be labeled at a troublemaker.
The National Resource Center on ADHD