Parent Checklist: 15 Ways to Help Children with ADHD and Learning Disabilities

“Identify and treat the problems as early as possible, preferably before age 10. The first years in school are crucial to beginning intervention and preventing failure and feelings of inferiority.

Help the child gain an understanding of his disability from a biological perspective. Don’t use or allow negative labels, such as “lazy,” “stupid,” or “inferior.”

Help the child learn to identify feelings, use words to describe them, and talk about them.”

Read the rest of the checklist by clicking the link below

Source: www.additudemag.com

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