A.D.D. in the schools

Article Author
Helping Your Adolescent with ADHD Get Homework Done Arthur Robin, Ph.D
TIPS for Transitioning to College Jennifer S. Bramer, Ph.D., LPC
Buzz Words in Education: A Joy for ADHD Caron Mosey
Is your teacher "ADD-friendly" or "ADD-toxic"? Kathleen G. Nadeau Ph.D.
ADD In The Classroom: A Teacher's Perspective Caron Mosey
The College Search for the ADHD Student Nina Tenny LCPC, NCC
Giving An ADD Inservice For School Staff Linda Halperin, Ed.S.
Department of Education Memo - 1991 The D.O.E. memo which outlines the educational rights of students with ADD under IDEA and Section 504
Appropriate School-Based Accommodations and Interventions A list of accommodations and interventions for students with ADD - by Becky Booth
Educational Strategies Dealing with ADD behaviors at school
Why make educational changes? Linda McPheeters - ADD Mom
ADD In The News
March 12, 1999

Final Regulations Published To Implement IDEA!

The U.S. Department of Education today published in the Federal Register final regulations to implement the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Amendments of 1997. Children with ADHD are covered under the “Other Health Impaired” category and are eligible for mandated special education services and accomodations if they need them. These are very important developments which protect the rights of children with ADHD under federal disability law.

To get a copy of the IDEA regulations from the Department Of Education visit this webpage:

Copies may also be ordered by calling the department's publications center at 1-877-4-ED-PUBS. For TTY/TTD, call 877-576-7734.

For related information on IDEA visit this webpage:

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