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Q: “My Child Is Ostracized Because of His ADHD. Can We Repair His Reputation?”

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Q: “My son has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and he is often excluded by his classmates at recess and in other social activities because of his behavior and outbursts.

How can I get his teacher involved to help improve my child’s negative reputation at school?”If your child has a negative reputation, then it sounds like this pattern of behavior and exclusion has been going on for some time.

It’s troubling to hear you ask how to involve the teacher, because educators should already be part of a team effort to help any child with behavioral challenges.Many students with ADHD display symptomatic behaviors, like impulsivity or emotional unpredictability, which make it difficult for them to get along with other kids.

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