Summer is the perfect time to prepare for potential problems that your ADHD might face in the coming school year.
You know the problems I talking about-modifications in the classroom for his or her learning experience, dealing with school social and athletic events and planning in advance to make those as emotionally trauma-free as possible, and preventing yet another year for potential bias and discrimination
With these goals in mind, I’d like to introduce you to a resource that I use when I’m looking for answers to the legal problems that tend to pop up from time to time while dealing with behavior problem children, teens and adults. I’m talking about www.wrightslaw.com and their Special Ed Advocate newsletter
It’s rare to find a resource as focused on helping parents, educators and professionals deal with children with special needs…but as I said, I use Wrightslaw for that very reason.
The latest issue gives links to the top 5 most popular articles in the past 6 months.
• Discrimination: Section 504 and ADA
• Response to Intervention – RTI
• Individualized Education Programs – IEPs
• Behavior Problems and Discipline
• IDEA 2004
All valuable resources that you… Read the rest