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20 Classroom Accommodations That Target Common ADHD Challenges

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Reviewed by ADDitude’s ADHD Medical Review PanelStudents with ADHD often benefit from special accommodations. When teachers and parents spend thoughtful time pinpointing problematic ADHD symptoms and work together to devise classroom accommodations, they create effective solutions to those problems.Following is a list of common challenges faced by students with ADHD, and the accommodations that can help bring success at school.If your child: Is easily distracted by classroom activity or by activity visible through door or windowsTry: Seating the student front and center, away from distractionsIf your child: Acts out in class to gain negative attentionTry: Seating the student near a good role modelIf your child: Is unaware of personal space;

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