Supporting ADHD at School

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Confidently communicate about ADHD and how it impacts your child at school to the educators, coaches, and mentors who teach your child.

Parents are often thrown into school meetings whether they are parent teacher meetings or IEP meetings knowing that their child is struggling, but unsure of what to ask for in the way of supports, strategies, and accommodations. This book is a printable tool that you can take with you to these meetings.

We will build understanding of the 3 core areas of impact: Executive Functioning, Motivation, and Overwhelm followed by targeted strategies to support each area.

I have included my favourite, tried and true, tested by the 100s of families that I have worked with strategies to request on learning plans and IEPS.

There is a step by step break down of how to work with your child’s teacher to set up a plan for your child to take movement breaks.
You will also learn the basics of escalation planning if your child struggles with either external (meltdowns) or internal (anxiety and panic attacks) escalations.

By helping your child and your child’s teacher support their executive functions, build motivation, and reduce overwhelm you will help your child gain confidence and find success at school.

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About the Author

Erica Neilson Mahoney is passionate about supporting individuals that are struggling to navigate ADHD and challenging behaviour. She works with individuals navigating these challenges in their own lives as well as parents who are looking for parenting support.

Erica is also a speaker and an educator, with workshops available and online courses coming soon.

Erica has a Bachelor of Education with a minor in Early Childhood Education; a Master of Education in Curriculum with a focus on supporting diverse learners, and her ADHD coaching certificate with the Professional Association for ADHD Coaches (PAAC) approved program at Live ADHD Free.

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