Bringing Awareness to ADHD This October - PresenceLearning

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recently made a statement on learning disabilities, dyslexia, and October being Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Awareness Month.

According to Duncan’s statement, as many as 6 million students are identified as having ADHD. Students diagnosed with ADHD often exhibit challenges with reading, writing, math, and focusing in class, but also can have great potential. In order to help students with ADHD succeed in schools, there are many things you should know about ADHD. We compiled a list of informational resources for learning more about ADHD below.

Our online therapists work with students with a variety of learning disabilities, including ADHD, to create and implement personalized therapy sessions so students can succeed both in and out of the classroom.

Do you have any information about ADHD you would like to share to help recognize ADHD Awareness Month? Tweet at us (@PresenceLearning) using #ADHDAwareness to share!  

 

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