“How was your day?” “Fine.” It’s not exactly illuminating conversation, is it? Unfortunately, many kids with ADHD don’t leap at the opportunity to talk to Mom and Dad about how their day at school went — especially if it went poorly. Here’s how parents can encourage better communication (hint: it starts by asking the right questions).
Leading primary school 'shuts children as young as five with special needs in a cramped isolation room if they misbehave' .
Screaming pupils have kicked and headbutted the walls of the 5ft by 6ft room at Caddington Village School near Luton in Bedfordshire, according to a newspaper which says it is reporting claims by whistleblowers.
What is ADHD Voice?
Student voice refers to a collection of practices and techniques used to elicit students’ perceptions and experiences of educational structures and practices (Thomas, 2011). ADHD voice is student voice activities involving students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).