Consistency, structure key to ADHD students’ remote learning success

 ADHD in the News 2020-09-03

Children with ADHD often do better in the structured school environment, where there are consistent transitions and other students off which to model their behavior. They are also surrounded by educators who can help manage their behavior and provide social-emotional support. At home, parents can emulate this setting by carving out learning spaces in specific distraction-free zones that are easy to monitor.