ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects a student’s ability to focus, control impulsive behavior, and regulate their emotions. Special education teams must first identify students who exhibit symptoms of ADHD, which can be challenging. Once a student has been identified, the special education team can begin the IEP process, which involves a comprehensive evaluation and the development of an individualized plan to support the student’s academic and social-emotional development.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects millions of children and adults worldwide. With the right support and education, students with ADHD can reach their full potential. Strategies such as creating a structured learning environment, using technology and accommodations, and incorporating alternative approaches such as bioresonance therapy can help support students with ADHD. Bioresonance therapy, in particular, has been shown to improve focus and attention in individuals with ADHD. By understanding ADHD and utilizing these strategies, we can unlock the potential of students with ADHD and support them in their academic and personal success.