ADHD doesn’t just affect one aspect of your child’s life. From home to school, your child has challenges to deal with all day long. But that doesn’t mean your child can’t or won’t succeed. If your child has an ADHD diagnosis, take a look at how you can help them to succeed at school — at home.
Help Your Child Feel Like a Decision-Maker
Telling your child to study or do homework may not get the result you’re hoping for. But even though school-related tasks may not feel fun, they’re necessary for academic success. Obviously, your child doesn’t have the choice whether to do homework or not, but you can let them make decisions about how to accomplish their homework.