Children and teens with ADHD, learning disabilities, or certain related disorders benefit enormously from occupational therapy. But since a trained occupational therapist is not always accessible or affordable, here are 6 OT-honed tools that parents can use at home to foster independence and improve their child’s success rates at school and in life.
About this Event
We are delighted that the National Council for Special Education (NCSE) will be giving us an overview of their service along with taking your questions/queries/comments on the night! They will be bringing a full-team along with an expert available on primary school, another on secondary school and a SENO!
Angus Walker, ITV correspondent, has written about his ADHD diagnosis which explains his difficult behaviour earlier in his life
A casual chat with a doctor led to finding out why my life has been at times chaotic, troubled and difficult. He was nodding away at my answers as he asked about my childhood. Was I often in trouble at school ? Yes. Often in detention? Yes. Always being told off? Yes.
Hyperactivity and impulsivity can be misread as aggression. Here are steps to take if your child has been called a bully.
People with ADHD need to be intentional about how we manage our time and plan our days. But we also need more than structure alone. A friend recently asked if I still take medication for my ADHD, or if I’ve learned to manage it with extra structure and planning. This illustrates an important misconception: that we manage ADHD’s effects either by changing our brain or by using external coping mechanisms. Most of us need a little of both.