When considering communication issues for children with ADHD we need to approach this differently. It is not that they can’t communicate, but it is the symptoms of their ADHD that can possibly hinder good communication interactions. It is an expectation of primary aged students that when they commence school, they will be able to sit, listen, respond to instruction and commence and complete tasks. This is all very well for most children but if you have ADHD this will take a lot of effort and training. Communication for children with ADHD is about the expectation of the child during their…

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