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Title: ADHD: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder


1
ADHD Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Lori Zimmerman
  • ED 225
  • Professor Cherup

2
Definition
  • LD
  • OHI
  • Section 504
  • IDEA
  • Present at home and school
  • Exhibited before age 7
  • 3 Types
  • ADHD- inattentive
  • ADHD- hyperactivity-impulsivity
  • Combination of the 2

3
ADHD- Inattentive
  • Making careless mistakes because of lack of
    attention to detail
  • Inability to sustain attention
  • Failing to listen
  • Not completing tasks
  • Poor organization skills
  • Resistance to tasks that require close attention
  • Losing materials or other important things
  • Easily distracted
  • Forgetful

4
ADHD- Hyperactivity-Impulsivity
  • Fidgeting and squirming
  • Has trouble remaining seated in class
  • Running/climbing when they are not supposed to
  • Has trouble playing quietly
  • Acting as though they are driven by a motor
  • Talking excessively
  • Blurting out
  • Has trouble waiting for his or her turn
  • Interrupting or butting into activities

5
Characteristics
  • Poor sustained attention and vigilance
  • Impulsiveness or poor delay of gratification
  • Hyperactivity or poorly regulated activity
  • Diminished rule-governed behavior
  • Increased variability of task performance
  • Reserved in social situations

6
Accommodations
  • Teach and demonstrate good organizational skills
  • Dont single student out, talk about behavior
    problems in private
  • Group activities allow the student to interact
    with others and make friends
  • Keep a consistent routine, let them know if
    something different is happening
  • Provide rewards (extra recess time, treats etc.)
  • Be brief and to the point in instruction giving
  • Promote participation by questions and/or movement

7
Assistive Technology
  • Play Attention
  • Helps students to learn to focus
  • Helmet with sensors
  • Hooked to a computer
  • Child has to keep eyes and thought focused on
    computer (game)

8
Assistive Technology
  • Books on tape
  • Allows for concentration on comprehension
  • PDAs or Electronic Organizers
  • Helps students plan and stay organized
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