by now, add/adhd is such a widely accepted disorder and is by no means difficult to diagnos. if you believe your child has add, hopefully you have educated yourself in a responsible manner.If not, you might search "Google" for articles, tests etc. specifically ones writen by medical researchers, doctors and psychologists.or check your public library or some of the larger boodstores for more recently published books of course a child-pschologist can make this diagnosis fairly easily. Just keep in mind... its true, esp. when/if you're in a situation where the folks you were hoping would help may not want to be bothered and may try to even talk you out of it by using medical jargon, etc. that's just another reason why you want to be as capeable as they are, know the termenology, etc.This shouldn't happen mind you- its more like the worst case scenerio. but you know what they say, "education is power" and if you believe that your child is add, you're probably right. if it were my child, i would deffinately consider having my child evaluated privately. and if suggested, discuss and consider medication. in some cases it may prove to be an integral part of treating your child. in the long run, and ideally it will likely be a joint effort. ideally because that will render the best results and you as a parent will be an integral if not the most the best shot your child has at getting though this hope this is of some help. he; yours,
you should know that there is a law that would require your school district to pay for your child's schooling if they cannot provide and adequate education. if you enlist the help of your public school district to find out if your child has add, and it turns out s/he does, then it is their job to make a cirriculum for them. most likely they will try to put him/her in a secial ed class DO NOT LET THEM. you will have to FIGHT for your child. make it CLEAR that s/he is NOT stupid nor does s/he have some mental defect. she learns differently than the "norm" and they need to provide her with an environment in which s/he can thrive. if the school can't provide such an environment they will help you search for another school (private)
HERE is where the law comes in. if you find a school on your own that is the best possible match for your child and the public school didn't suggest it to you (but there must be some kind of proof that being at the school you chose is better than any the public school tried to send your child to) then you can sue the district to pay your school's tuition. my parents did it with me and my brother.
If you need it for school or it would help with school that may help you convince them, but you cant convince everyone you should also hear them out on why they wont buy it.
Mostly yes because if the school can handle a child with a growing condition then you will need to seek professional help so you will need to get a speical needs school you a child
A child with special need can find help with their education be hiring a "Learning Assistant". Other methods can include attending a "Special Needs" school.
The caregiver needs to sit down with the child and ask the child questions aimed at helping the child to remember the instructions. If possible, the caregiver needs to contact the school and clarify.
yes they have to approve and they get in contact sometime with the needs child's teacher to check with what the child needed help with or they sometines cannot
my child needs help with read and writing
Start your search on www.homeworkhelp.com they will help with any question your teen is having difficulty with. Also check with your school for before and after school help if your child needs it.
My child needs help in school. Does www.esl-lab.com actually help show improvments in my kids overral grades?
The subject your child needs tutoring in. Does he need help at school, or at home? What subjects do they need help in? Is the tutor going to cost any money?
No. A 504 is written to help your child overcome behaviors that he or she has shown in school. It also gives your child a "chance" compared to children without a 504. Whatever behaviors your child has shown he or she can learn to control those behaviors and the 504 purpose is to help them do that. It is a recognition by the school that there are problems that your child needs help with. As a parent I would suggest you follow through at home with the suggestions the school has given you to help your child to control his or her behaviors.
I think they are equally responsible. The child needs to work hard to learn, but the parent needs to give help at home and make sure that the child understands the material.
no , this is a rule of school it means this child is school child.
It's not ! If a child can't survive a few hours without their phone - they need serious help ! If a parent needs to contact their child urgently during school hours - they can simply phone the school, and a member of staff will fetch the child from class.
Say it will help you to get better grades in school
If 'sometimes' is constantly, the parent obviously needs help with her skills.
When your child needs help with homework try to help them yourself first and if that try is not succseful you should then ask there teacher to help them understand there homework and if that does not work I would try to hire a tutor.
look kid,dont beg at all i whanted a dog and i got one for my birthday the thing uve got to do is be good at school do your homeworok,dont answer back to them,clean your room, help your mom when she needs help or when it looks like she needs help. be good in school and wala u get a guinea pig. THERE U GO UVE GOT YOUR ANSWER AND U DID IT WITHOUT BEGING!! :) :) :)
Yes, children can for sure attend public school even if they are autistic. It will help to have the support of the school though because an autistic child needs special attention.
send them to school.
This is not grammatically correct. It could be recast as, "Your child needs help with nothing in particular" or, better, "Your child does not need help with anything."
If a child is statemented, it means the child has been identified as having special educational needs. The categories can vary for every child, but these would include a child with medical/self help/learning/behaviour/attention and concentration/language/social problems. Usually, lots of different professionals are asked to provide information about the child and their difficulties. If the needs of the child are more significant than children of their age, they will be provided with a statement. This is a legal document which describes the child's difficulties, how they should be catered for in school, and what targets and additional help needs to be provided.
You need to convince that person to help us.
If you want to convince your parents to let you take high school classes online, you need to make a list of ideas why they should let you. Including facts about your maturity and ease of taking lessons at home may help convince them to let you take classes online.
1) Don't let your child study the night before. Study over a span of a few days. 2) Make sure you child gets plenty of sleep a few days before and the night before. 3) If your child needs help, make sure he/she understands all of the material that needs to be studied.
If your child needs some help with better nutrition, you are the one that can help. Just get a book from your local library on the subject and follow the guidelines to help your child get healthy.