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    Carla NRC Health Information Specialist answered the question: When starting a token economy, do I include siblings?

    Hello Shannon, Welcome to the Attention Connection Online community. This is a great question! I hopeothers who have completed the CHADD Parent to Parent Program are willing to share theirthoughts on your question. Implementing a new behavior management …

    13 hours ago

    Parents of Children with ADHD

    Rebeccajoined the group Parents of Children with ADHD

    Group for parents of children with ADHD

    14 hours ago

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      16 hours ago

      Julie Ortizcreated the question: Wrist watches for College student with ADD

      I am a college student who has ADD and a lot of time management and organization issues, and I am looking for a watch that would help me out with these issues. Please reply! Thank you!

      16 hours ago

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      This group is for possible future use for Adults with ADHD topics, etc.

      2 days ago

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          2 days ago

            Heathercreated the question: When starting a token economy, do I include siblings?

            I'm in the middle of online P2P training, learning about creating House Rules and a token economy and I do not know if I'm supposed to include an opportunity for my younger (non-ADHD/ADD) son to earn tokens.  He rarely (if ever) needs help with …

            4 days ago

            Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialist answered the question: adhd coach

            Hello Margaret, You may want to contact the Edge Foundation at edgefoundation.org. They provide academic coaches for college students, and can meet with them by videoconference (such as Skype). I hope this helps. Best wishes. Karen Health Information …

            5 days ago

            Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialist answered the question: Summer Camp

            Hello Summer, You may want to take a look at the American Camp Association for suggestions at  http://www.acacamps.org/. You can search their website using ADHD as a criteria for summer camps.  I hope this helps. Best wishes for a good summer. …

            5 days ago

            Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialist answered the question: 504 or iep

            Hello Kathy, You can find information on the education plans at  http://www.chadd.org/Understanding-ADHD/For-Parent... In short, an IEP comes from education law and makes adjustments to the curriculum to help a child be success. A 504 Plan provides …

            5 days ago

            Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialist answered the question: Toddlers with ADHD symptoms

            Hello Roc, It sounds like you have a very busy home life. For your children, your first step is to talk with their pediatrician and seek a referral to a specialists for a teenager and a specialist for young children. You can check our Resource Directory …

            5 days ago

            Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialist answered the question: Research

            Hello Claudia, Our health information staff would be happy to answer your interview questions. You can send us an email at customer_service@chadd.org with a subject line "NRC Health Information Specialist." That will arrive to us and we will be happy to …

            5 days ago

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            5 days ago

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            5 days ago

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              5 days ago

              Karen: ADHD Weekly & Health Information Specialistcreated the topic: ADHD Weekly -- CHADD Advocates before the Supreme Court for Students with Disabilities

              What are the minimum educational benefits that meet legal standards, and must a school district provide more than the minimum educational benefit for a student who has an IEP? The United States Supreme Court is currently weighing these questions. “This …

              6 days ago

              • KarenThis would be a major change to help our kids much more. Our son was never taught to write more than a paragraph - even though it was on the IEP for years (yes, my bad for not complaining even more loudly). He is eloquent with a high college vocabulary, so this was a clear failing at the time.

                I can imagine school pushback as the costs increase, but maybe the use of better techniques will result. Not postponing proper intervention until graduation would be great. I also wonder how anyone can assess a child's true potential (so it isn't an impossibly high goal).

                Small edit: I think they were saying ' de minimis progress' (minimal progress) which is similar to 'trivial', rather than 'non-trivial'. Non-trivial would mean substantial. Perhaps this could be re-worded?

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                ... substantial benefit through an IEP rather than a “non-trivial educational benefit” - 5 days ago

              • KarenThis would be a major change to help our kids much more. Our son was never taught to write more than a paragraph - even though it was on the IEP for years (yes, my bad for not complaining even more loudly). He is eloquent with a high college vocabulary, so this was a clear failing at the time.

                I can imagine school pushback as the costs increase, but maybe the use of better techniques will result. Not postponing proper intervention until graduation would be great. I also wonder how anyone can assess a child's true potential (so it isn't an impossibly high goal).

                Small edit: I think they were saying ' de minimis progress' (minimal progress) which is similar to 'trivial', rather than 'non-trivial'. Non-trivial would mean substantial. Perhaps this could be re-worded?

                from the text:
                ... substantial benefit through an IEP rather than a “non-trivial educational benefit” - 5 days ago

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              6 days ago

              MrSteve answered the question: 504 Accommodations for High School

              I was a 504 Coordinator for 8 years. A 504 Plan expires after 3 years if it is not reviewed and signed by parents and school. I can understand the school not letting tests leave the classroom for fear of them getting used by other students who haven't …

              6 days ago

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