Parents of neurodivergent students are detectives. By nature and necessity, they investigate and illuminate the obstacles — from inattention and disorganization to low frustration tolerance and time-management challenges — that block their kids’ paths to success.
Like other parents, you’re likely adept at tackling these obstacles. But if you’ve ever wondered whether you’re doing and intervening too much, you’re not alone.
Many parents of students with ADHD wonder how to strike the elusive balance that offers support and encourages independent self-advocacy skills.While this may seem like a clear distinction, knowing what to do at the moment is not always easy.Read more on additudemag.com