How to Give Good Instructions to Children with ADHD: Expert tips for helping your child or student with ADHD better listen to, understand and follow directions at school and at home.

ADHD at School: Hyperactivity Help: Strategies for harnessing ADHD 

Focus the Attention of Distracted ADHD Children: Creative ways to keep distracted children with ADHD and learning disabilities focused and engaged in the classroom and at home.

School Behavior Tips: Impulse Control for ADHD Children
Help children with ADHD think before they act by establishing clear expectations, positive incentives, and predictable consequences for good or bad school behavior. 

Better Language Skills for Children with ADHD or Learning Disabilities: Expert advice for bolstering language skills – reading, writing, and speaking – in children with ADHD and learning disabilities like dyslexia.

Tips for Teachers of ADDers

Not Paying Attention? Improve Listening Skills in ADHD Children at Home and School: ADHD students can easily daydream, lose focus, and drift off during school. Find out how to help children with attention deficit disorder fend off distractions and stay focused on the task at hand.

Get the Wiggles Out: Helping ADHD Children Control Their Need to Move: ADHD students have a difficult time controlling their impulses to squirm, fidget, and move. Find out how to help attention deficit children release pent up energy constructively - and improve classroom behavior.

What is ADHD?

Targeting Home-School Collaboration for Students with ADHD

Strategies for Teaching Youth with ADD and ADHD

Checklists for Teachers

Gifted Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 

Why Do Teenagers Go Off ADHD Medicine?

Side Effects of ADHD Medicine

Managing Problem Behaviors- ADHD

101 Classroom Interentions for ADD/ADHD

Glossary of Terms Related to ADHD

Myths & Misunderstandings About ADHD

Classroom Interventions for ADHD

Suggested Classroom Interventions For Children With ADD & Learning Disabilities

ADD/ ADHD: Definition, Diagnosis, Treatment, Other On-Line Resources & References

Your Role

"I've come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. My personal approach creates a climate. My daily mood makes the weather. As a teacher, I possess tremendous power to make a child's life miserable or joyous.  I can be the tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration.  I can humiliate or humor. Hurt or heal. In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or de-escalated and a child humanized or de-humanized." 
Haim Ginott, clinical psychologist, child therapist, educator, and author