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“I Need Help!” 6 Steps to Boost Your Child’s Homework Independence

I need help! Can you come here? I can’t do this on my own! This was the siren song of remote learning for many ADHD households.

Adults working from home, kids doing school from the bedroom or kitchen table, and a well-worn groove running from one space to the other.

Parents became on-call tutors, and many kids — with and without ADHD — suffered significant setbacks in their independence and problem-solving abilities.Weaknesses in executive function skills — such as cognitive flexibility, organization, and planning — often leave students with ADHD feeling overwhelmed during the best of times.

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