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Making the most of a complex condition

I found out I had ADHD when I had myself assessed aged 42. I was working with Specific Learning...
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Coping with ADD/ADHD, diagnosed or suspected

When I was growing up, concentrating on things was always difficult. It made me disruptive to...
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ADHD - the alternative way forward

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) presents itself in three to five percent of the...
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Finding The Right Approach

Children with ADD/ADHD can be very successful in all academic areas without being medicated. The...

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    I am an experienced and qualified special needs teacher and assessor of adults and children with SpLD/dyslexia. I teach, administer dyslexia screening and tests for exam access arrangements. I have trained with the National Handwriting Association.
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  • Making the most of a complex condition

    Kate Meyer-Currey ADD/ ADHD Tutor (Southampton) Picture I found out I had ADHD when I had myself assessed aged 42. I was working with Specific Learning Difficulties at the time so it was on my radar, just not my personal radar. Besides I had quite a few academic qualifications so that wasn't really an issue. Or was it? I will never forget the client...
  • Finding The Right Approach

    ADD/ ADHD Tutor (Ipswich) Picture Children with ADD/ADHD can be very successful in all academic areas without being medicated. The key to their academic success lies with fitting the right teacher to the student. These students are often extremely intelligent but are seen as troublesome or lacking. The problem is that the...
  • Coping with ADD/ADHD, diagnosed or suspected Editor's Pick

    ADD/ ADHD Tutor (South West London) Picture When I was growing up, concentrating on things was always difficult. It made me disruptive to other students and it made me look lazy, as it's hard to motivate yourself to work when you know you won't be able to keep your focus for more than a few minutes. I was distracted by everything. A...

 

  • ADHD - the alternative way forward

    ADD/ ADHD Tutor (West London) Picture ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) presents itself in three to five percent of the school aged population. As opposed to previous thoughts and opinions, it is not a condition that goes away in adulthood. Adders, as they are called, simply find ways to mask it, cope with it and...