What is it this time? Another distance learning teacher change? A new hybrid learning schedule? Another “We were going to return to full-time, in-person school but that’s not the plan anymore” email?The ever-changing landscape of the pandemic — its peaks and valleys — has wreaked havoc on predictability, routine, and the universal understanding of what “school” looks like.
From full distance, to hybrid, to full-time on site, back to hybrid, fluid and frustrating school changes make it hard for parents to constantly shift gears and support their children in all the chaos.It’s no wonder that parents of children with ADHD — who frequently struggle with transitions, managing big feelings, and regulating their behavior in new situations — are.Read more on additudemag.com