Free Webinar Replay: A Parent’s Guide to Changing Schools: How to Find the Best Match for Your Student with ADHD or LD

School is supposed to be a place where children be informed, develop, and thrive, but that isn’t always the case. For youngsters with ADHD and learning disabilities (LD), positive college environments may not be a good fit, and may even disrupt the educational experience. So when is it time to imagine a new school? Are there techniques to paintings with your child’s current faculty to grow to be it into a better learning environment?

Critical first steps include understanding the varieties of schools available to your child — public, charter, private, special education, and parochial — and then evaluating those schools to decide if they're a just right have compatibility for your kid. It may be the most important for oldsters to understand their prison rights on this procedure, including how to get a current district to pay for a new school.

In this webinar, folks will be told:

  • How to acknowledge problems with your child’s current faculty and how to address them
  • How to know when it is time to transfer on to a new college
  • How to use integrated transition issues to make a trade
  • Special concerns for students with IEPs and 504 Plans
  • Differences among public, charter, and other varieties of private schools
  • How households can determine if a school is the proper have compatibility for their child
  • The monetary issues when switching to another faculty
  • How folks can help scholars transition to a new college

Webinar replays come with:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free e-newsletter updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast survive May 14, 2019.

Meet the Expert Speaker:

Susan Yellin, Esq., is the Director of Advocacy and Transition Services at The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education. She is an creator of the guide Life After High School: A Guide for Students with Disabilities and Their Families  (Jessica Kingsley Publishers).

Susan Yellin, Esq., is a member of the ADDitude ADHD Medical Review Panel.

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