Terry Matlen, writer, blogger, and ADHD consultant, recently wrote a blog post re-imagining the distinctions between a luxury vs. an accommodation. I liked this idea so much that I decided to play around with it a bit.
Accommodations for ADHD
Having been a teacher before I became a professional organizer, I know that schools provide a variety of “accommodations” for students. Some common ADHD accommodations include receiving more time for testing, sitting at the front of the class, or even walking around during a lecture. We understand the particular challenges for ADHD students: managing time, planning, prioritizing, getting started, shifting focus, and/or managing emotions.
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