New England Tutors does not view ADD and ADHD as a disability, but as a unique ability that should be more openly embraced in the education community. In support of this belief we’ve just released our latest white paper, “Our Approach to ADD/ADHD.”
In this paper we discuss a complete definition of ADD/ADHD, the effects, the consequences, and quite frankly the utter frustration that some teachers, professionals, and parents encounter when faced with a child or young adult with ADD/ADHD. We’ll also help guide parents in a direction that is geared toward assisting the child positively make his or her own way in the world. Our experience has shown us that many students with ADD/ADHD are extremely intelligent but simply lack the skills necessary to put their intelligence to good use. Paired with one of our tutors that has been trained in the latest techniques of working with ADD/ADHD we’ve seen some of our students have great success at schools such as The Governor’s Academy, Phillips Exeter Academy, and Berwick Academy.
You can download the full white paper here: [download id=”4441″]
For more information about the programs New England Tutors can offer your ADD/ADHD student please just send us a message through the sidebar or from our Contact Page. We’ll create a program to work with your student to enhance executive functioning skills such as study skills, note taking and quiz/test study planning, project planning and weekly homework planning. These are skills that students will use and carry with them for the rest of their lives and New England Tutors is here to work with them every step of the way.