Accommodations For ADHD College And University Students In The Classroom
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ADHD is the #2 genetically inherited condition in the world, 80%.
If one or more of the parents have ADHD and don't learn how to manage it properly, there will be worse outcomes for the child and will make the teacher's job even harder. Here's Harvard's 5 minute Adult ADHD Screener test.
See also accommodations for K-12 Students In The Classroom
College ADHD Accommodations and Support
By Keath Low at ADD.About.com Lists different accommodations for ADHD students at college.
Alternative Testing Guidelines
From Michigan State University. Covers tools for testing accommodations, testing formats, testing accommodations and solutions for supervising exams. Here is an expanded version of the alternative testing guidelines
10 Quick Tips For University Students with
ADHD. And Much More
From Queens University.
Resources for Students with ADHD on Time Management, Focus and Note Taking
Staying Focused and Sticking with It
Maintaining a Positive Attitude
Lectures and Note-taking
Instructional Strategies for ADHD Students at University.
By the University of Illinois. Lists 16 different strategies professors can use to help ADHD university students.
Multiple Ways That Time Challenged ADHD University Students Can Manage Their Time. PDF
Great PDF by Queens University on time management for University students with ADHD. Covers many different aspects of time management in an ADHD friendly and practical way. I.e.,
Make the items specific tasks
Vague: "Study Biology"
Specific: Read Biology Chapter 4 and complete chapter review questions 1-20
10 Ways To Achieve Success For University Or College Students With ADHD
By CADDAC, Center for ADHD Advocacy. ADHD students have higher College / University drop out rates. Here are 10 ways to reduce that.
ADHD documentation for students requesting accommodations at the postsecondary level
Update on standards and diagnostic concerns
By Allyson G. Harrison, PhD for The Canadian Family Physician. This detailed peer reviewed article is designed to update primary health care providers on the guidelines and standards for documentation of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the postsecondary level.
Also covers what is needed by postsecondary disability service providers?
QUALITY OF EVIDENCE We synthesized information from consultations with other experts at postsecondary disability offices and from relevant research in this area (specifically, PsycLIT, PsychINFO, and MEDLINE databases were searched for systematic reviews and meta-analyses from January 1990 to June 2009). Most evidence included was level III.