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I would love a copy of this because my boy has ADHD and plus I am going to school to be a elementary teacher and I only have 1 year and 2 months before I graduate with my bachelors degree. This information is information I would like to know. I know I have learned alot already about ADHD and other disablities, but I would love to learn more
My grandson will be going to a new school next year. I know that teachers have ADHD kids every year, but this will be a great tool and especially at the beginning of the new year to remind teachers what they should expect and can do to make it a great year for all.
I would love this guide as I do work with children grades 1-3
Guys! Thank You for the amazing comments! If you want to “share” this with anyone, simply forward the email I sent you or send them the link to this page. ( http://3stepsadd.com/ADHDTips/?p=232 )
That way I can stay in touch with those who have downloaded the guide
I would like to have a copy of what you have written or tell me where to go to get the information. I am glad God gave you the gift to do it and I have not read it yet but we all have different gifts to use to help one another.
I am thanful for all the help I can get that will make me a better care giver to my grandchild who has been diagnosed as autistic .Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work
thanks i homeschool and would love to have the info
Looking forward to some new ideas!
I would love a copy of this, as school will be starting again soon ! Thank you
I look forward to reading this.
Any information is helpful to understand how the ADHD brain functions.
Please send me this teachers guide because school will be starting soon.
Anything to pass on to the schools to aid these children in coping.
I would like to use this as a parent, skilling my kid
sharing knowledge is a gift & blessing to the world..keep the love flowing
I have a grandson who is home-schooled and would probably have a difficult time in a regimented classroom. My daughter home schools him and occassionally tells him to “run the hall” – he is a sweet, intelligent young man. I will share this with my daughter who can share it with her home school community. Thanks
Hi, I love this book. thanks
This sounds like it can be incredibly helpful for my grandson. Thank you.
Looking forward to some good suggestions!
Would definitely love a copy of this….thank you!!!
I would appreciate a copy of this. Thanks!
This is a long time coming.
I work with at risk youth, and most of them, I have discovered, have undiagnosed ADD, ADHD, so we have worked together to improve their diets, use the correct multi vitamins, and I believe the teacher’s guide you are offering would provide one more tool in the tool box to help them. Thanks!
The offer expired?
I would love a copy. I think all teachers should be mandated to get training in the field of working with kids with ADD and ADHD. It shouldnt have to be such a fight for parents to get a proper education for their kids.
I’m an educational assistant and would love a copy of this guide for the school year! Thanks!
The more teachers can understand adhd, the better it is for us as parents as well. I will be passing this on to my son’s teacher.
Would love to read this, it could help me with homework as well
Everyone – please take a look at this. I’ve known of Jon Bennett for over 4 1/2 years now, and he has EXCELLENT advice. He is ADD/ADHD and truly is helping soooo many (me and my daughter included). The supplements he recommends (liquid vitamins) are amazing to help with ADHD! I’ve been taking them ever since first learning of them – and I don’t go a day without them. I work with children at school – and it breaks my heart to see them struggle -no matter what the age. If we can learn more that will help them, then I’m all for it! When I tutor in the summer, I have a mini tramp that I allow the children to use while I’m running copies or checking something quickly. Really helps some of them to focus better when they sit back down.
Looking forward to being able to use the information to make my son’s school experience a better one.
I am going to try to home school an ADD student and this would be helpful.
Keep up the good work .Thanks for the guide .
Thank you. I am sure this will benefit my schools.
I’m glad you came out w/this guide during the summer so I can provide it to his teachers in August. Nowadays, I believe teachers don’t want to spend the extra time w/a student, particularly in the private school setting. It’s been extremely hard getting across his teachers. I look forward to reading this. Thanks.
I would love to have this information to pass on to the teachers. The school system is not geared towards ADHD children and it is very sad and very heart breaking to watch my son struggle and be told he is bad all the time. He is a very smart child and does well in a one on one setting.
I have been a teacher, and had a lot of problems trying to teach students with “ATHD”
I’d like a copy of this guide since i have ADHD (combined type) and I’m going to major in special education.
Hello Jon I would also like a copy. Looking forward to ready about the strategies. Thanks for all you do.
Jon, I look forward to hearing what you have to say about teachers working with ADHD children. As a parent of a teen with ADHD and a family wellness coach specializing in families with ADHD kids, your information will be put to good use!
I help tutor children in their school work and I want to be able to address some of their special needs to help them understand and focus the material.
This would be a big help for educators and students with ADHD. Thank you!
This should be valuable to parents, also, in order to understand and appreciate the teacher’s role in the child’s life and cooperate with the actions, activities, and methods employed by the teacher.
I need this because my sun has been diagnosed last week and he will start at kinder garden next month.
Thank you,this will help my son teacher
I have two grandsons that have ADHD. It is sad that most teachers do not have any education in this problem and do not know how to treat a child who has this. The children’s actions are so often misunderstood and they are punished fo things that they cannot help. I, also, have a granddaughter who is starting her first year of teaching. I would love to have a copy to pass on to her.
I have a son with ADHD and this will be helpful to share with his teachers
This would be incredibly helpful as I am now working with our learning support team at our school to try and implement strategies that will help my son in the classroom environment – can’t wait to read it! Thanks!
I am working toward my certification for preschool teacher and would love a copy
I also have ADHD so I can relate with students that have this.
Would ove to have a copy in order to share with my son’s upcoming 4th grade teacher and possibly county’s school administrator, whom I personally know. She too has a grandchild with ADHD and would possibly have interest in reading and evaluating. Thank you for making it free.
I would love to have a copy my grandson will be going back to school soon and we are hopeing for a better school year than last yr.
I have a child with some non traditional manifestations of ADHD. He is also in a very strict traditional program and will be entering the second grade. I welcome any information that might help him in this environment or anything that will help us at home foster a more positive learning situation.
Thanks so much for all that you do!
I’m a professional organizer and productivity consultant. Many of my clients are ADD-ADHD. I appreciate any tool that helps me to better coach my clients. Thank you!
I am interested in finding out about teaching strategies for kids with ADD – often the overlooked sector.
Looking forward to all the help in the classroom with this guide.
Thanks for helping!
Thank u for help and resources, we appreciate any help!!
Want to help by forwarding to all my patients that are teachers.
As a school nurse, I am frequently asked for advice about ADD & ADHD. It is a common problem in our schools today. I would love to have something else to share besides the traditonal medical model.
Would appreciate the Teacher’s Guide for myself and a few patients I see that are teachers. Thanks
I would love to have your book, I have a 6yr.old who has ADHD.
my daughter is a teacher. I think this will be a great tool for her.
I would love a copy of this guide. I think it would help me as a teacher and as a parent. My son hasn’t been diagnosed but I believe he is ADHD. Thank you for the information you post to help us understand our children.
Thank you for all the help in making this a community effort
would love to have this. At my kids school about 80% of this school have issues with the students.
Please send copy.
I would love a copy. I need all the help I can get as the parent of a son with ADHD. The school years are becoming harder and harder , so any help is welcome.
Thank you so much for helping me understand ADHD and how I can help my child.
I’d love a copy of this. I homeschool my son, he doesn’t have a diagnosis of ADHD, but I know he struggles with it, in conjucntion with his ASD. Im’ sure this will give some good suggestions. thanks.
Tengo un nieto de 7 años que tiene ADHD y creo que esta guia puede ser util en casa y para sus profesores. Gracias.
I am a special ed teacher and I have an adult son with ADD…so I am always looking for articles to read and pass along.
Teachers should be trained while in school, the strategies and techniques for teaching kids with ADHD. I will be happy to share this manual!
Looking forward to the Teacher’s Guide.
I really will love a copy. My son have been diagnose with ADHD and it seem that the teachers at his school will benefit of this guide in order to understand and hopefully give him the help he needs.
I would love a copy of this and look forward to reading it!! Thank you!
Teachers in South FL have single handedly tried to ruin the spirits of those afflicted with ADHD/ADD, but only due to their lack of knowledge on how to best deploy their years of teaching experience, or lack there of when it comes to ‘experience.’ Please present this book to every single Principal out there at the elementary school level so where these kids get their starts, they are most protected! I need a copy too!
This guide will be a great help. I believe all teachers should be more educated when it comes to dealing with children with ADD. Thanks!
We need all the help we can get with understanding our children!!!
I am ADHD/ADD. I was diagnosed at the tender young age of 34. My son, and his son are both ADHD. It is a gift to help deal the rat race of the world.
Would love a copy of this. I’m a grandmother/guardian of a child with ADD who needs help in helping this child with homework every day.
I just retired but will send to all teachers in the district where I worked. This is a passion for me as I have a grandson who has suffered greatly due to teacher’s lack of knowledge of ADHD/ADD. Thanks
Free should be free by not charging for shipping….disappointing!!!!
i would love to share this with others and am interested in what you have to say
interested in reading all the info I can on this subject.
Look forward to reading your guide, and plan on giving a copy to my son’s teacher this year. Thanks!!!
I would love a copy to pass on to my sons teachers. Any extra help in helping them understand him is wonderfull.
Sure hope this helps my grandson. My daughter is a special ed teacher and will try it out.
This will be a great resource for me to share with parents and teachers.
Would like to see your suggestions versus what the school is doing already. Thanks!
I would love any and all help you have
I can’t wait to read this !
My son is ADHD and now I have a grandson that is ADHD. I will share this with his day camp teachers, they are a bit overwhelmed with him and their quick fix is to suspend him for a couple of days
Need help desperately for my granddaughter
I am really interested in your tips and advice. As a teacher and teacher trainer, I will find it very useful, since there is not much information available where I live.
It would help a lot to have a copy , my son dignoise with adhd in jan of this year, didnt even know what adhd was ,until a friend told me to go to the web and do the research ,because her son has it . With a new school year starting , this could help his teachers more. Please help so much more i need to learn about teen adhd .
We homeschooled our son who struggled with ADHD and learning difficulties. He is now doing well with higher education. I am grateful that you are trying to help people that deal with this as it is SO IMPORTANT! Can make the difference for intelligent, sensitive people that otherwise may get in a downward spiral.
According to their school, both my boys had ADHD. I sent one to a military style school for a year and guess what: he came back totally normal. The other one is still in his home school on a “modified program” and still with “ADHD” — we can’t afford to drop another $30 000 to send him to the same military school. I think many schools are labelling kids ADHD because the teachers are too incompetent to handle “difficult” students. Send me the information, I would love to read it…
Anything to help my son.
I hope this will help me at home also. My son is 5 and has just recently been diagnosed with ADHD. He will NOT sit with me (mommy) at home so I can help him to learn and read, even being on the meds. Thank you for this guide!
Everything you have is useful! Will be looking forward to this copy and be able to share with parents for their children’s teacher. As a therapist, many of my friends that are teachers call me for advice. Will be looking forward to sharing this with them!
I have a 10 years old boy that will benefit from his teacher undestanding of his different ways of learning so It will be amezing to have a copy Thanks Claudia S
This would be a great resource for the teachers to have now, during summer break. It will help them get prepared for the new year.
I’m always on the look out for ways to help my son.
Thank you, I will send it to my kids school Principal, I am sure it will have a strong impact adn will be used somehow. I´ll keep you posted. Thank you
If you are so kind and sent me the book because a have patients childrens with ADD-ADHD;thanks!
Thank you for the gift.
I could use this for my daughter who has ADHD..
I look forward to sharing this with my kids teachers. I have 2 kids that are ADHD with 1 that struggles significantly in school
I teach courses for young teachers and this is a prime topic
Yes I would like to give this guide to the teacher of my grandchildren
The education system is way behind on their knowledge of ADD/ADHD. (Parents too!!, I am included and I, myself have ADD, so we really can all benefit!!). Thanks.
I would like a copy of this book- my daughter has been dz. with ADD and would appreciate any help to
educate her- especially with math.
I look forward to this valuable information, this will show me how to keep everyone on task instead of waisting the time it takes to maintain a certain amount of order due to a lack of their ability to pay attention.
Having 2 “kids” in university who have ADHD, any help would be wonderful – THANK-You!!
Hi I need a copy of this. As Special Needs Co-ordinator and also Educational Psychologist in Private Practice I will pass it on to teachers and other Ed Psychs. There have been even more cutbacks for SEN here in Ireland and its a disgrace. Totally unfair for the children and parents.The teachers are being let go or retiring early or leaving Ireland to work in other countries. Thanks Katrice
Thank you!…I will pass this on to the teachers in my building
we need to know so much
Thank you so much for this guide. As a member of an assessment team, I feel this manual will be helpful to teachers
I need this to give to the teacher that will be teaching my grand daughter in 2nd grade. She has ADHD and had a hard time last year in school. The school doest seem to have any idea how to help the kids that have ADHD. I look forward to reading it. THANKS I need all the help i can get.
I homeschool my son with ADHD he is now in high school I wish I had this guide earlier in his education. sometimes it can be very challenging. I would love this guide!
Thank you for the great information. So many educators really don’t know enough about these wonderful kids and how to set them up for success.
I would love a copy of this… Do you have this on paper or just video?
this would be great info! thanks!
I would love a copy of this book. Although I have never been diagnosed, I am positive that I am an adult with ADHD, I also believe my daughter and brother have the same problem. I have a nephew and cousin with asperger’s syndrome and my granddaughter is now having speech problems where she mimics words and phrases but is not interacting. I think this book would be of great benefit to all of us. Thanking you in advance.
I appreciate your wanting to help. I am homeschooling my very bright son who has ADHD and Tourettes. I am more like a conductor in his education.
I would love to have a copy because the teachers don’t know how to handle my son all they say is when you going to put him on meds.
Thank you for providing this information.
I can’t wait to read this!!!
Learning is life long. Thank you for your work so people with add keep learning.
I love to have a copy of this ADHD guide because of my only son has ADHD and he’s taking Strattera since she was in grade 2, he was 8 years old then. Though, I know somehow its not good to put my son to this kind of medication, we have no options since we wanted him to have focus in his class. Until recently, for 4 months now I decided to stop this, because I want my son to live normally. I need this ADHD Teacher’s Guide to share it to his teacher so that his teachers would have a better idea and knowledge on how to handle situations or kid who has an ADHD, since not all teachers are knowledgeable about this deficiency. Thank you and more power. God Bless…
I would love to share this with my son’s former principal. We have pulled him out of the perocial school and moved him to the public school in our area. When I read this email I thought you nailed it right on. This is a conversation I had with his principal when we decided to pull him out. He was in kindergarten last year and I felt that the teacher was unaware of how to handle children in our situation. She would just move on with the class and send home anything that my son had not finished in class. It was a frustrating year and felt we made the best decision. I told the principal that the beginning years are critical for early learning.
I am a a Professor of Education (I teach teachers or teachers-to-be) and will use this in my classes; am currently teaching a Learning & Cognition course where ADHD is one of topics discussed.
Thank you for all the info. I would love a copy as my son is ADHD and entering the 3rd grade and my mother is workign in the school system. Thank you
Can’t wait to see what you have.
Thank you! I look forward to reading it and passing it on to my son’s teachers in the fall.
I can’t wait to start using this guide, I plan to share this information with our scout and church groups as well. There is such a need for understanding these children, and giving them the same opportunities as other children. Thank you for all your guidance and support Jon!
Thanks for this great offer. I strongly believe that our children will be greatly helped with this powerful tool. With this material teachers and educators will be empowered to do that which seemed difficult to be done in the past.
My 13 year old daughter has ADHD, every year I point this out to her teachers and every year I struggle
to get them to understand. I would like a guide for myself and I will pass it on to her teachers.
I have two children that are learning to cope and live with ADHD. School is tough especially when they have a teacher that understand the dynamics of ADHD. I am also the president of the PTA and I am really looking forward to sharing this site with the board.
Thanks! Parents can give it to teachers!
I would like a copy to read and pass on. Thank you
This should prove to be a great tool in teaching English as a Second language where some of us hardly recognize ADD and ADHD.
Any help is more than welcome
I would like to see this
I would love a copy of this because I am a mother with ADD and have a son with ADHD and I work as an Educational Assistant and am always having to be on my toes with new ways of working with my own son as well as students. I love my students and son and want to be the best asset to them meeting there goals as I can be, Because that is all that matters is that they are happy and can have confidince in themselves and that having ADD or ADHD can’t stop them from doing anything they put there minds to.
I would like a copy of this because I´m working with children and I think it would help me. I also have kids with adhd and add.
Thanks I have been using natural remedies fo rmy son and need all the help we can get!
I just learned that I have this ,help me understand this.
I think it is just as important for teacher’s to understand ADD/ADHD as it is for parents. I look forward in reading this guide and sharing it with my son’s teacher’s. Thank you for providing this.
I would appreciate very much if I would get this ADHD Guide as I am mother who is trying to help her 12 years old son. Thank you.
I would appreciate a copy to help my son… and others…
as a mother and grandmother of people with ADHD I would love a copy of this guide.
Looking forward to taking a look at this guide and passing it on. Thanx, Jon. c
Thanks so much
Always looking for additonal info to assist parents and teachers. Thanks
I would love to have a copy so that I can provide the teachers at my childrens school with a little help so they can not only understand children with add/adhd but help themselves and our children.
Thanks! I look forward to reading this!
looking to see what your ideas are
That would be fantastic way to spread healthy ways to help children with ADHD. My daughter has ADHD and I work with her as much as possible but some things are a struggle, especially wanting to learn.
anything I can do to help the teachers address my child’s concerns better can only help the situation – thanks
yes, i would like a copy
My grandson is only 13 and will be starting high school (turns 14 end of September). His mother and I are exhausted and no matter our effort, he doesn’t get the job done in school (and he has a very high IQ). I am forwarding this to my daughter to help her with the 504?
Thanks! I hope this will be an asset in helping me be a better teacher
Jon you have style, but more important you have heart . Thank you so much : )
I am intrested to see what you have to offer
Could use this for the ADHD kids in our classroom for special children
great stuff – I work closely with and sometimes also teach with teachers working with ADD/H children
I think every teacher should have this
As a mother of a child with ADHD, ASD, ODD, I am very aware of how difficult it can be to get my son to sit and attend and be in a position to learn. This is a would be a great tool for myself and his teacher for next September.
I am a secondary school teacher and my son has ADD. I would like any insight that I can get.
Many in my family are HDHD, including me and look forward to new or different insights. As a teacher, I can use all the arsenal I can get to create the best learning environment for All my students.
Hi, I’m so tired that teacher ask me since my girl was 7 to give medication to her … She’s now 9 years old … she will begin 4th elementary with already much difficulties …. I will show this book to her teacher and hope that all the school will understand that it’s not easy … Thank you for your help !!
I have a 10 year old son who has ADHD. This guide would benefit his teachers.
I certainly would love to take a look at this Teacher’s Guide to see how how can help my teenage son cope as well as learn while in high school. He too has been diagnosed with ADHD and has been helped with your other book 3 steps to ADD/ADHD so we are interested is seeing more strategies that we may be able to use. Thanks!
Would love to see what is in this because I work in a school and I have two children with ADHD
My son has ADD and starts the new school year in a few weeks. I know this guid would get us off to a great start with his teachers.
Hello Jon ,
Thank you for this book “ADHD Teacher’s Guide”I’m teacher of special education and rehabilitation I would love to have a copy.
I would love to forward a copy of this to my son’s 4th grade teacher. He doesn’t have the first clue about teaching to kids with ADHD.
thanks for the copy, will be useful to me
This guid could help this upcoming school year be more of a success for my son in the classroom. My son has ADD, and is very behind his grade level. He is progressing in development, but I am always looking for ways to him be successful in school.
Looking forward to reading you guide.
I’ve always took note of you’re advise and managed to have control over my approach my adhd son. Great advises.
Need all the help we can get
Jon Bennett I admire your true intention … and wish to honour your drive. Well done .
Keep the info flowing! Thanks!
looking forward to reading this guide and any helpful strategies
I would greatly appreciate a copy of this as I work with many children and teens with ADHD and ADD. I am sure this guide would be very helpful in my work with these kids and allow me to share this information with their teachers in hopes it would be helpful to them as well!! Thank you!!
I am a mother of 2 kids diagnosed ADD. Several different strategies have been used in teaching them. Additional information in learning about and teaching is very welcome.
I am a Kindergarten teacher of 34 years and am still learning about ADHD. I had 5 students diagnosed last year. I also have an 8 year old grandson that has been diagnosed and I like to make sure his teachers have as much info as possible to make his school days as positive as possible. I would love a copy.
I am a special needs teacher. I would like to have a copy of this. Thanks
I am a teacher and my boy is adhd. I would love to pass this on to other teachers and friends
thanx for publishing this. I look forward to the strategies to share with her teachers as well as use at home.
I would love a copy of this book, as the others were helpful.
My daughter is changing schools this year and I am sure the teachers could use this
My daughter in law is a teacher.
I’m a mom and I want to help all my son teachers to understand how he learns.
I have been teaching kindergarten for 34 years and am still learning about ADHD. I had 5 students last year that had some form of ADHD. My grandson is 8 and has been diagnosed. I need all the help I can get. Please send me a copy.
my son teacher could realy use this one
I would love to see this because I have it and no one even knew what this was when I was growing up. I would love to pass it on the some teachers!
Where can I find a copy
interested in the guide
As a teacher, I know that the more I learn and implement the knowledge, my students benefit and I grow.
I would like to use this as a parent, skilling my 40 years AS daughter, so please give me a copy to learn it slowly. My English is not perfect so I need time to study.
please email guide!!!!!
I need a copy!
As a retired teacher, I know information is needed on this.
I’d love a copy to share with parents & teachers alike; I’m sure everyone can use any extra strategies that they might not already be aware of. I’m always amazed at the many misconceptions that still abound in the community at large re AD/HD plus the lack of understanding & acknowledgement of the comorbid conditions that often exist alongside it. Thanks for the hard work of putting something together!
I look forward to reading it. I’m sure some of the ideas will be great to use with any group of children. Thanks1
Thank you so much for all your informative information. I would like the ADHD Teacher’s Guide to pass along to my grandson’s teachers.
I have a nephew with ADHD, bright child, struggling with ‘fitting in’ to school and regular activities others can easily do. Also, I’m a retired teacher, well aware of the awesome tasks that teachers face in a regular classroom.
I look forward to reading your guide.
I would like a copy
I would like this information to help my grandson. Thank you so much!!
I would love to have a copy to share with my son’s teachers next year. I know that they could have benefitted from it this year just finished! Thanks so much for sharing this resource!
please send me a copy
I have used Jon’s books and reports for a long time in dealing with 2 of my grandchildren who have ADD and ADHD+OD. He has helped me totalally. Great job!!!!
My son has add and going into 4th grade…I definitely want his teacher to have this. Thank you.
Thank you for all you do. I would love the teacher’s guide.
I would love this guide as I do have 2 children 5 and 11 with ADD and I am also a a Montessori teacher teaching grades 1-3 ages 6-9
thank you for sending this my way. I will read it for my son, daughter and the autistic preschoolers I help.
I would like a copy since I work with children and thought it would be great to share with co-workers as well.
Thank you for sharing.
have to read it first
As a teacher, I am looking forward to reading this very vital information
Would love this to pass on to my sons teacher.
Such a guide is highly appreciated. I will be sure to forward to others.
I am a counselor and would appreciate a copy of the ADHD Teacher’s Guide to share with teachers whom I consult with regarding the child (ren) in their classroom who have been diagnosed ADHD. Thanks.
I would love this guide for my 7 yr old daughter – for me and to forward to her teachers next year. thanks! Juliette
My son is starting 2nd grade and would love any help for the classroom.
I would love a copy of the guide. My grand-son fights it at school every day. I will share it with my daughter who is a teacher also.
Please, I would love a copy for my child! I need all I can get, so teachers will be informed better!!
I want to learn more about different and effective ways that students with ADD and ADHD learn.
can’t want to read this.
My son has ADHD,I would love to have this book to help him!
I am a retired special education teacher. My eight year old very bright grandson has been diagnosed with ADHD. He has a great deal of trouble focusing on certain types of academic assignments and especially homework. He has a great imagination and a wonderful memory for those things he is interested in such as
Kung Fu and Harry Potter books. I would like the teacher’s guide to assist him, his parents and his teachers.
Thank you, Louise Shultz
I am very interested in this guide as I work with special needs students, many with ADHD.
Awesome will be great to give my son’s teacher. Thanks
Thanks, can’t wait to read it!
Thank your for the valuable information.
Iwill send this to all of my teacher friends and share with my son’s new teacher. He has had a very difficult school career, and he’s only seven! Thanks for your help and insight!
Would lovea copy to read and share. Thank you
i would love a copy of this guide. My biggest stresses are with my son’s teachers. they just don’t get it.
Would love a copy .
Most school boards treat ADHD or ADD as a medical condition, not a Learning Disability. Therefore, many teachers feel that meds are the only way, and that parents are being stubborn when they decide to use alternate methods. Teachers, even those with Special Education background, don’t get it…we need practical, hands-on, user-friendly strategies (I assume this is the contents of your newly published Teacher’s Guide). Thanking you in advance.
I have two children that among other challenges also have a diagnosis of ADHD. I am always looking for resources that not only can help myself and the teachers but also help the children I work with to be successful and to reach their potiential.
Good reading for Every teacher!
My grandson has add and I am always interested in any information on the topic.
I look forward to seeing it.
My son has been diagnosed with ADHD in grade 4, he is now getting ready to start grade 12, the review of some tips is now very good to himself to read and he now can share with his teachers. Right now her likes to share some of his tips that works for him with his other ADHD or ADD friends.
Thank you for this offer. I am eager to learn all that I can. I have Adult ADHD, I have two grandsons with it and a granddaughter who is to be tested soon.
thanks a lot for this, because a lot of teachers do not have enough patience with students with adhd my son has it and the teacher wants to say he’s lazy it hard for him to learn and there’s not enough time in the class room, for special help and they say he’s not slow enough for special education so he flunk this year and he feel very badly i need help
Parents and Teacher shoud be well informe thanks
Thanks. Looking forward to being informed!
Thanks Jon for sharing this info to me – as a teacher and with a child with add any little tips can make a huge difference to my day and my sons. thanks – Michelle
I would love a copy. Our son has ADHD. We would love to give this to his new teacher for 5th grade.
this should help my granddaughter in first grade
Our 15 year old with ADHD deserves all of the help and support we can provide. These teen years are tough for them, too.
I would love to have one..because my soon is in high school has has such a hard time..that he has faul 2 classes already and had to go to summet school the past 2 years
Our 15 year old deserves all of the help and support we can give. The teen years aren’t easy for anyone!
I would love to give this to my son’s teacher. I feel so many teachers don’t understand ADHD nor how to teach children with it.
Havn’t read it yet
I would like a copy because I will work as a shool psychologist and would like to offer support to teachers and children.
Looking forward to reading the book. Always need fresh ideas.
I teach Pre K through 4 music and all kids are mainstreamed. Any assistance would be so great!
Thank you. I look forward to receiving and reading your guide.
I’m working with children age 3 to 7 years old as early intervintion prorgram can this book help me
Thanks for this. I am an educator and I have a son that presents ADHD symptoms. I am looking forward to any insight that your book may provide me with to assist both at home and in the classroom.
my first born has ADHD, I am very much interested with this new article. Hope to have access with it
would love to see a copy maybe it would help me with all the teachers in the upcoming year. Thanks!
Please send me a copy of this publication. I have a grandson that is entering 4th grade this year and I have always tried to read and share with the school anything I find on ADHD/ADD. I appreciate your interest and the concern you have shown in the problems with our children. Thanks again.
Like your informative emails, thanks for this guide.
I thank you for the copy of the guide. This will be very useful to my children.
I have 3 autistic grandchildren and help my daughter with them in their schooling. I would very much like a copy of the ADHD Teacher’s guide.
I can’t wait to see what great advice Jon offers.
Thank you very much for information. It looks like a lot of “Indigo” people have ADHD not fully aware of it.
I would love to see if any of my daughters teachers might take what you have to say in to consideration. Hopefully as their mother I could learn something too.
Iwould like a copy of this book as my ten year old son has just been diagnosed with ADD.
Thank you. I am both a teacher and a parent, so this interests me very much
grandmother and sp ed teacher, can’t wait to read it
I need to know how to manage ADD . My grandson has been diagnosed as ADD.
We have moved here from Greece and I would love to see how I can help my daughter with her ADD and give teachers some insight.
Hi! I am planning on homeschooling my daughter with ADHD this year. The guide will be extremely useful.
Always need help with my students with ADD and my own as well.
I’ve created my own that I update each year however this year I’m homeschooling my child as he goes into eighth grade and I think your guide would be a good reminder for me on how to best teach my son. Thank you for providing this. BobbiJo
keep good work GOING!
Looking forward to this………
I would like have a copy of the guide as I feel it will be very helpful for my child’s learning.
Can always do with more help and tips for ADHD kids.I want to read this guide and hope it can help teachers help my child cope better in school.
I would love a copy of this guide, plus I am a teacher of at risk kids, of which over 50% have been diagnosed… this will be a great tool.
i am in india , my daughter is diagnosed with ADHD but not much is available for guiding me so any online material can be helpful
truly a very needed informative for teachers. My son is adhd and is now in grade 6, should have been in grade 8, but is batteling n school
As a teacher at a new academy in Harare Zimababwe I have a large number of kids with “learning disabilities” in my class. The common solution here is ritalin and the kids tell me that “teacher don’t understand us”. Look forward to receiving your guide. Thanks so much Marisa
I work with special ed elementary school students. I can I get a copy of one of these guides. Thank you.
I am looking forward to reading this before school starts in August. I am always looking for ways to successfully interact and teach students with ADD/ADHD and make their learning experience a successful one!!
I HAVE TWO GRAND GHILDREN WHO HAVE ADHD, THEY DO MUCH BETTER ON THEI PILLS BUT THEYARE A HAND FULL!!!!
I would like to learn more about this please as I work with such children. Thank you.
I’m always looking for more information that can help people.
Any help I can get to for my son, is worthwhile having. Please provide me with a copy. Thanks
I would love to have a copy since I have a son who has ADHD and I am very involved in his school work. I’m also a Sunday School teacher and I think I can greatly benefit from this material!!!! Thank you so much for caring!!!!
well I hope it works good luck
I would love to have a copy. I have two daughters. The oldest one is ADD and my youngest one has ADHD. I look forward to reading it and then also sharing it with their teachers. Thank you in advance for all your help.
I would love to have this teacher’s guide to give to my son’s teachers. He stuggles alot in school and I think this would help them to understand what he is going through.
Thanks a lot! All the help we can get is very important to us, both as teachers and parents…
Thanks. My daughter has ADhD, we will share the tips with her teachers.
Really grateful for all your help
I would love a copy- like the look if it so far. I work with children with ASD/ADHD and this would be very beneficial for parents and teachers struggling to provide the best education available for their children.
I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A COPY SO MY SON’S TEACHERS NOW HOW TO DEAL WITH CHILDREN WITH ADHA AND TO HELP THE UNDERSTAND IT MORE.
appreciate your guidance in helping young people move forward and feel good about themselves
I would love to have a copy of the teacher’s guide, because my son has ADD and I know the teachers seldom understand the situation.
As a teacher assisant and a Mum, I am really looking forward to reading this.
Looking forward to reading your guide. Thanks!
I homeopathically treat a lot of kids with ADHD / ADD and am interested in this guide as a resource for their parents for their teachers.
I am not a teacher, but I have a great-grandson who is ADHD. I think this is great.
I am new at being a parent of an ADHD child. A lot of people don’t acknowledge that he is not trying to be like this.
with school starting soon I would like to bring insite to the school my son attends…he has really had problems on the school level and hope this may bring some insight to all !!!!
I would love a copy too!! I am aware of 3 new students in my class next year with ADHD – any new ideas would be welcomed.
would like to see this info–teachers need reminded that every kid is unique
Jon Bennett and his information has changed my son’s life. I am glad that there is some one out there that is not afraid to fight for what is right and drudging our children is not the only thing to do. Feeding the brain the nutrition it needs and educating our selves and others is so much better. Thank you for all your hand work.
I would be interested in receiving this Guide.
Finally something of this sort has come out . I would love a copy of this. Thanks:)
as usual, we are gaining benifit from your site Jon; I will share it with different people in the field. in Sudan we need such guides and manual very much; wishing all the best
I would love to get a copy of this resource. As a Program Resource Teacher, I know that my students would benefit from the strategies provided. Thanks so much!
This book will be a really good tool for the teachers in my sons school as they seem to not be able to cope with children with ADHD, and in their teaching history i find it hard to believe they have not had more ADHD children.
Have worked with ADD/ADHD kids for the past 6 years and welcome any new insight.
Will gladly forward this to my ADHD kid’s teacher!
I would love a copy of this! My son will be starting High School soon and I also work in an Elem. School. Thanks!!!!!
As my grandchildren start school in the fall, this would be a good resource to accompany them meeting and getting to know their new teachers.
I would love to have a copy of your ADHD Teacher’s Guide. Thank you for all you do to help our kids and those that they interact with.
I would love to give a copy of this adice to our school. I volunteer because I see such a need. I also see that most teachers want to be effecient and to be able to teach all students to the highest level possible which sometimes seems impossible. All help is appreciated.
My son has ADHD, and every beginning of a school year I talk to his teacher to see how much experience she has had. Although I have downloeaded other guides for teachers, somo of them are either too long or unclear on instrictions or tips. This is why I would love to have a copy of your guide. I can also benefit from it with new creative ideas.
my grandson needs a book to show to his teacher.
Jon, I would love to pass the link to every teacher my son has had and will have in the future, but we live in a Spanish-speaking country. If you have a printed Teacher’s Guide I can offer to translate it for everyone in the same situation.
I’m interested in reviewing this as it sounds like a very helpful tool.
My son had ADHD and I can’t wait to read it.
We have an ADHD/RAD daughter. We truly want and need to read this publication. She has an IEP but I’m sure this would be of great benefit to us and her teachers.
I’d like to know more.
I feel absolutely helpless parenting/ teaching my 11 year old son. I understand that it is harder for him to sit still and pay attention (my husband… not so much), but I just don’t know how to get through to him. We’ve tried everything and cannot find the proper support. I’ve pulled him out of school and we are now doing cyberschool, but it’s been EXTREMELY hard on me and NO ONE seems to understand. I’m dreading starting school again. : (
I great reference for adhd and good guidelines for all of us. THanks.
My 6 year old boy has been diagnosed with ADHD and I would love to share this type of information with his Grade 2 teacher before the school year begins!
Can’t wait to share this with my son’s teachers. Thanks for this gift!
Please send me the ADHD Teacher’s Guide
I would like to know if the liquid medicine that you recommended have the same vitamin combination as Ne0-Becalm. I would also like to know your opiniion on Biofeedback Teatment in connection with A.D.H.D. You can answer me @ my E- mail address.
I made a comment yesterday but have not received information on how to download the teacher’s guide. Please help!!!
As a teacher and a mother of a child with ADHD, thank you for sharing your information.
I would love to have a copy of your guide, my son had a difficult transition into 6th grade last year. I am hoping and praying that life socially and academically will improve for him years to come. I am and have to be his advocate so if I continue to educate myself I will continue to know if his needs are being well met by our education system. Thank you in advance.
I would love more information to share with my 6 year old sons teacher as they do not seem to know how to deal with him.
Thank you for all of your insights.
Please forward guide. Thanks. My son has ADHD and I feel this may help.
My grandson was diagnosed with ADHD. Looking forward to your guide.
I would love to have more information as a mother of ADHD and ADD children at home and as a Pr-k teacher.
i think this is a great idea i have 2 kids with adhd and we have had a hard time with the teacher not understanding why even with meds why they dont stay still. it is cause they are hands on learners.
I have a support group for children that have ….
I am always interested in checking out new resources especially the ones that provide practical strategies. Would love to check it out!
Thank you for all the info, I have a son with ADD it will be very helpfull for me.
I like to read a copy.
Hello I would like to get a copy of this book even thou I’m not a teacher I would like to be able to give my child teacher pointer on how to help her in a class room setting. The school always say we will help but the bottom line the school system is no help. I dred the 3:30pm call (well your child was disruptived today).
thanks for sharing
I am looking forward in reading your manual.
thanks so much for doing this…
My son is ADHD and I work with kids in school and some are too.
Thanks look forward to reading the book
It is a great pleasure of having an ADHD teachers guide free of charge.
Thanks, for sure I will share it to my co-teachers. May this profit us in our endevour.
As a teacher and a mother of a nine year old boy diagnosed with ADHD, I’m sure this guide will be put to good use. Also, perfect timing…summer is the time I actually have a moment to read! Thanks!
I look forward to sharing this info with my son’s teacher and pray that it will be used with the enthusiasim in which it is intended.
I would love a copy
my son is ADHD and now is eight years old. I’m as a mother also play role as a teacher for my son. I need to teach him everyday. So, any useful information that may help, i really hope to get it. I really appreciated.
God Bless you, for doing a wonderful job.
I ould like a copy of this book as it will help me understand and able to assist my son to improve his school performance.
I’d be interested to see what you have to say
Hello, my son is ADD so I wish to download your document in order to see how I can best help my child and his teacher, as he is struggling at school. Thanks for your work and for making such tools available for free.
Please send me a copy of the teachers guide. My grandson has stuggled each year with his trachers. He in now going into the 4th grade next month and I would love to be able to present this to his teacher to help her understand how to deal with ADHD
My grandson will be going to a new school. Need to make sure he does well.
I would love a copy of this. I meet with the teachers in the beginning of the school year to discuss my child’s ADD. I would appreciate any tool to read and give to the teachers to help my child and other children in the classroom.
I have gone through this history since my boy was 3 years old and have constantly had problems with his teachers. Several of them simply reject the diagnosis even when it was performed by a phsicologist and a neurologist! If all of them had a trustfull and reliable guide, they would definitely have less problems and better performance during the class. I am not only talking about school teacher, also about swimming, gymnastics, violin, etc teachers. My boy is turnung 8 this year and has improved a lot with the years, but of course a lot of work and patience has been needed during these years. No medication has been used so far, only love, patiance, routine, habits, phsicological support to help us and him understand his situation, which nowadays we see as an advantage that only needs to be accepted, used and understand. He really has never had a disadvantage, it has only been an advantage because these kids are lovely, more mature than others, seem to go deeper into each detail and see so many things that others never will, they learn to use their creativity and imagination and I am sure that with the proper support they can find their path and be really happy and satisfied with it if we also accept it. Thanks.
As a retired Special Education teacher, any information adds and expands the knowledge base for ADD & ADHD.
Nephew has been diagnoised with ADHD. Thanks
i need such ideas
Can you please send me a copy of the booj, i would love to pass on the my son’s teacher
I am areading specialist and many students with ADD come through my room on a daily basis. having simple effective techniques to use and share with classroom teachers will be a benefit. Thanks for all you do to keep us on the front-line up to date.
Giving it to my wife who is a Special Ed Teacher.
I don’t understand why I have to leave a comment to get the teachers guide. Nor do I know what to say before I even see it.
I´d like a copy as my son has ADD and I would like to give a copy to his teacher.
Look forward to sharing ideas
I would like to have a copy of the ADHA teacher’s guide. I’m a resource teacher who works with students in grades 2-4.
I would like to have a copy my son is going into the 1st grade and he didn’t do very well in class in kindergarden got in trouble alot Working on grtting him tested. and try to help him to do better in class.Thank You
I’m always looking for more answers and helpful hints.
I hope this will have some new insights.
I have read your other books and look forward to this one.
I believe our school systems should provide informative ADD/ADHD material like your “ADHD Teacher’s Guide to every teacher. Thank you for educating me as an ADHD parent.
well i love all the emails i receive but i dont make a lot of money and cant afford to get anything like this to help.if you know where i can get some assistance please feel free to let me know
My son’s teacher took away recess due to his behavior which just makes things worse. I need the guide so I can share it with the teachers
Would be nice to send this guide out to some past teachers who have been extremely mean to our son or just rude! Anyway to send you the email addresses and have it sent directly?
I am very interested in getting a copy of this book, I think it can help every teacher out there!!
We’re awaiting our son’s 1st grade teacher assignment for the upcoming school year and hope it will be a good fit. Thankfully the principal is well aware of his needs, but, regardless, this guide will be helpful now and in the future for his primary teacher and others. We all can use as much information as possible to help our kids succeed in the classroom, be it with academics or social behaviors. Thank you!
Thanks for your insight … I would love to have a copy of this brochure to better assist my student! Way to go!!
I hope my grandsons’ teacher puts this info to good use. I always recommend ways to teach him in his own little way. But, the teachers act like I don’t know what I’m talking about. They have their own methods they believe fit all students. Thank you
It really helps to children with this problem, as many of them were not being understood by others. It will be great to have a copy…
I really welcome any guidance like this. As parents and teachers we need all the support we can get to make the learning experience more rewarding for our children. Thank you.
Look forward to reading and using this guide.
Am really interrested in seeing a copy of this….something has to help these teachers.
I work with children ! i would like to send me a copy attachment by email
I would love to have a copy for myself as well as to share with my son’s teachers. It is truely sad that teachers training for ADD/ADHD isnt mandated for teachers.
thanks, would like to try it
Would love to implement the suggestions given
Please mail me the guide. My son’s teacher has 6 boys with ADD ADHD
Thanks for the info. I look forward to sharing this wiht my child’s teacher.
Would love a copy. My son is entering high school this year. As an ADD suffering mother, I know that I high school were the most difficult years of my education and i want to stop the cycle with my son!
I am not a teacher but this would equip me with techniques on how to help my son who has ADD with his homework. Thanks….
I’d love to look at it
I am very interested to see what the guide has to offer in dealing with this very challenging group of students. Thanks for the effort ahead of time.
I would love to be able to share any information to help raise the understanding of kids with ADHD. It’s not that they have chosen to have this difficulty as it is looked to be.It is also a gift and these children have so many positives as well.We should be encouraging their strengths and building their confidence .These children are our future and are bound for great things if they get what they need at school.
It’s a great day when the world of educators learn to accept and understand that children in todays world need extra love and support. We need to take the opportunity to teach them in humane ways taking into account each ones individual beauties and uniqueness. Thank you for your desire to help the many people that need this.
Thank you very much for all of your time and effort that you have put into this guide. As a mother and grandmother of ADHD children, I am especially thankful.
Sincerely, Vera Simmons
I would love to read your guide, as I work with kids with ADHD at my job and have one of my own at home too.
I would love a copy of just so I can help these kids get everything they can reach for an not be held be hind because of ADHD
I would like to receive a copy of this guide. It will let me know if my thinking is along the correct path.
this is a good idea to share with teachers
I would love the copy of adhd teacher’s guide. thks
Please can you let me have a copy of this. I am a primary school teacher and my youngest son has ADHD as well. Thank you.
Always interested in any help with my ADHD child!!1
Looking for this info to pass along to my sons school teacher this year.
I am a teacher of Maths. My son of 14 has ADHD. His mother did not want to marry me – 14 years ago.
Now he does not want to talk to me. I need more so that I can get through to him. Yes please – I am sure this will help.
Great site if not the greatest. For my long teaching experience, this is one of the most practical, clear, reasonable amounts of reading and up to the point. looking forward to read it. Thank you soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much
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I would love a copy of this. Please send me a copy of the teachers guide.
what is this?
I need more knowledge for supporting my teaching point for my children, students or everyone . I hope this guide book can give me more interesting way of teaching in the class or other places.
am a elementary teacher in 24 years ,,,,i think this will help me a lot to understand my pupils more…..looking forward to read this…..thank u very much in advance….
I would love to have a copy of this.
Thanks so much for sharing
I wish teachers when i were growing up even knew what ADD/ADHD was, LET ALONE had any clue how to deal with it.
as a teacher i would love to read your tips! Thanks for sharing!
hi i would like to know how to handle adhd kids.
With school starting soon I will take all the help I can get. Thank you!
I would like a copy, my son has been suffering 3 years so far.
I’d appreciate a copy too. I’m a teacher and I have handled some kids who have ADHD. Thanks!
Thanks Jon, I am an Educational Psychologist in South Africa and really appreciate your insightful postings over the years. Keep up the brilliant and informative work.
for your help.
Both of my boys have ADHD. Both are under the district 504 plan. It is so frustrating, especially for my younger on, to be put into a narrow box, to perform on standardized tests, to prove his intelligence. He is a creative and spontaneous-kinetic learner. School is not set up for that type of learner. If it was, he may not even have symptoms. I hope this guide is something I can share with his teachers.
I would like to see this because my daughter will be moving from a private school to the public school this fall.
Would love to see the guide.can’t comment on it yet,because I’m leaving a comment first?? Thanks
Thanks so much!
As a spouse of a teacher and mom of an ADD child, this is a resource all teachers need.
Wow, I can use this for me and my grandson. Thanks
I would love a copy of the guide to help me in the classroom. As teachers we are always learning too!
I am teacher and a parent of a child with ADHD. Can’t wait to share this.
I want this
I am opening my own tutoring business this year. I hope this book will give me insights on how to move quickly enough to keep up with my students’ minds, and how to communicate to parents the importance of a good diet. As a tutor, I frequently let my kids “run the hall” [as stated below], or even around the classroom, with the agreement that they sit back down at the appropriate time. I’ve never had a problem with their focus. (Mine, on the other hand… . Is there advice for the distract-able teacher?)
found most teachers didn’t want to deal with ADD – would love a copy
I struggled through the last 6 years of my son’s education. He is uniquely bright and a very “with it” kid. Unfortunately the traditional form of education “sitting in a closed in classroom and listening to a teacher read from a manual then going back to their desk wanting not to be bothered” was not a productive environment for him to flourish his intelligence. With a lot of pushing, prodding and arguing and exhaustive late night catching up on homework, he finally graduated (High School) from “the system”. I truly wish he could have had a more positive learning experience. With alternative choices to learn, and educators that understood and respected these kind of people. I will be glad to pass this guide on.
How can I get this copy?
Wow! finally something that will give me insights in helping teachers with my son… and I can hand the manual to the teacher after I’ve read it. I’ve realized so often that teachers “run out of ideas” with my son! thanks!
Would love to share this at my kids school due to several kids at their school have ADD/ADHD issues. The teachers are having a hard time keeping them to behave. Would love to have this guide to give to them.
Ok, sound very interesting. Can’t wait to hear what you have to offer and be able to share it with my collegues. Thanks.
waiting for a copy
Would love to read this. This could be valuable to me as a parent and instructor to kids with ADHD.
I would really like a copy of this guide. My son has ADD. I have found that many teachers don’t know how to teach students that have ADHD. Many teachers don’t even think ADHD is a legitimate disorder. They just think the students are stubborn and etc…
I would love this book, because I have a grandson, who the teachers feel need to be on med’s. I will not be doing this.
I am 28 and have recantly been diagnosed with ADD (no H I am vary lazy no energy, but can not focus or remeber any thing) and since I have seen so signs in my child so
i would love to see your giude so that maby I can help her with out drugs. Thank you for the time you have spent on this.
I’m raising my grandson and some of his teachers really don’t understand what is really going on and I think the guide would be very helpful for these teachers to under stand better.
I would appreciate receiving this guide.
Dealing with schools and teachers has to be the most difficult part of parenting a child with ADHD. Maybe even tougher than having to deal with doctors and medication. We’re always looking for helpful information.
I thank you for being a voice for ourselves and our children with educators. We know our children are misunderstood. Our education systems offer a carriculum that is developed for children that can adapt to maistream learning and for those that have other specific disibilities.
I am a teacher, myself. Examinated in Arts and Crafts, and the language Swedish. Have meet a lot of pupils with ADHD and ADD. So many young children get mistreated at the shools. Knowledge is even to understand them, who you teach, I think. Thanks!
thank you for all the help
This would be very helpful to my son who is about to change schools, there never seems to be enough training in how our special little ADDers learn best!
how do I get a copy
My husband has ADD and it’s hard for me to cope with.
Finding your web site and using your information to address the ADHD issues with my grandchildren has made a wonderful difference. I look forward to sharing this information with their teachers.
Thanks for the help.
Would love to pass on this info to help teachers . Thanks do much.
Would love some insight, have a 13yo daughter headed to high school in a year, need to be prepared!!
Can’t wait to read it!
Great idea!! In my experience at my son’s school, he’s had teachers that work with him and teachers that don’t understand him. It was very frustrating this past year because his teacher just saw him as a child who didn’t want to do his work or didn’t listen. I wish I had this guide to give her and maybe we would have had a better year. I would love to get a copy because he is now entering the middle school and want him to start off these years on a good note. Thanks for all the support you provide.
My grandson has had problems at school. The school is not trained to deal with adhd. Anything to help improve and help the schools and the public in general I’m all for. Thank You
My four granchildren have adhd and are on meds. I want to learn more and wold appreciate this teachers guide as I work in education for preschoolers. Thanks
As a trained, retired teacher, I am interested in these guidelines, all the more as I have some characteristics myself and have to keep accomodating my own needs in order to accomplish.
Thank you for all you do to help with this.
I have a daughter and a sone with add. She does not have any hyperactivity with hers, it is soley inattention. My son has some hyperactivity but did ok last year with no medicatio, because he had a wonderful teacher. We may not be so lucky this year. I would like to share this with some teachers.
Need this information for grandchild before school starts in a few weeks
You have helped me so much already. Thanks!!!
I would love to have a copy. I need to know how to order liquid vitamins. Thanks
I would appreciate a copy of ADHD teacher’s guide to help my son’s teachers, as teamwork is invaluable for helping ADHD kids. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
I would love a copy to share with the teachers I work with at school. If I can even get one to read it it would be worth it.
Roll on – any info would be helpfull
Looking forward to reading it!
As I teacher, I could use any help at all to improve my classroom. Thanks
How can I leave a comment when I cannot download your Guide?? I really would like to read it to see if it would help my grandson–said to have ADHD
My son has ADHD and my two girls both have ADD. I would love to have a copy of this if for no other reason but to help me learn how to help them learn better at home as well as in the classroom!
Thanks, I want this book
I need this badly!
I would love a copy of this please!
I am going to start helping 4 students that have a range of possible ADHD symptoms and I want to learn how to help them learn in a happy manner. I have ADD myself, but want to learn how to help others.
I would love a copy of this guide. My grandson had a terrible experience with his kindergarden teacher. He was so exciting about starting school. Now not so much….so sad!
I look forward in using this to help with coping and helping children with ADD/ADHD.
I would love a copy of this to give to my children’s teachers at the start of the school year. All three of my kids are ADHD, and I think this would help equip their teachers with skills to make it a positive year for everyone! Thanks for compiling this!!!
I would like to have this so I know how to help my child at school and with homework
I am a kindergarten teacher and would love some more ideas on how to effectively deal with ADHD kids.
Would definitely like to have the guide as my nephew has Dyslexia, dysgraphia and ADHD and we don’t have many qualified teachers to handle such kids in India.
I would love a copy of this guide.
My son ,Kenny, has been ‘diagnosed’ with A.D.H.D.His teachers are pulling their hair out with him! I can relate to their frustration as I attempted to home-school him for a year.He is an extremely intelligent, innovative and creative young man,infact he exhausts us’ mere mortals’ with his never- ending stream of ideas and interests.I would love to be able to help his teachers them with their job of educating him(to be honest,I think it’s the other way around…!)I would really appreciate access to this booklet!Ken and I thank you for making it available to us.
I have been teaching/education since 1967. I have been involved with ADD/ADHD at school, family and friends. This has been a interest of mine since the 70′s. I have purchased your books and fully agree with you. I
This is still such a misunderstood condition. Anything I can do to help “educate the educators” would be welcome.
My son is ADHD and I’ve learned that the right information can be so helpful. Kids are at school for such a long period of time that as parents it’s our responsiblity to make sure that teachers have teh correct tools to asssit our kids.
I work with children and would appreciate this information.
I would love to have a copy. School is going to be starting soon and I have 2 more kids with ADD still at home. The guide will come in very useful.
Would love a copy of this!
I am ADD, my next door neighbor is a special needs teacher, I would like to read and share with her. Thank You
We would love to get a copy of this guide. We have a nine year old daughter with ADHD as well as RAD and have been dealing with the effects. Some teachers are aware, some not. This could be of help to us.
Please let me know how I can receive a free copy of the ADHD
I would love to have a copy of the ADHD Teacher’s Guide. I have been leaving comments, but unfortunately I haven’ been received anything.
Please share guide. Thanks.
As the mother of a child with ADHD and as an elementary school teacher, I look forward to the information in this guide as another tool in my skill set in developing and nurturing this new generation of thinkers and learners.
I already left my comment below. I didn’t receive any thing???
Anything will help both me and his teacher. Thanks
I would appreciate a copy as I am raising my twin grandsons who are now nine. One is ADHD and the other is ADD. I need all the help I can get. Thanks
Can’t wait to start reading, I know it will be huge benefit to both me and her teacher. Thanks for sharing this wonderful information. I will be sharing this to my other friends as well.
i would like to have a copy of this teachers guide. it is so hard to get a teacher to understand the importance in dealing with adhd/add children and what it takes for the progress and effort towards their education.
I work with ADHD students & I have a 10 yr. old daughter that is ADHD. Can’t wait to read it & put it to work.
This would be a great tool as I have a child with ADHD and would share this info with his teachers.
Would love to receive a free copy of this Teacher’s guide. Thank you!
I would love to share this with my son’s teacher.
You opened a new world for my ADD sons
I would love a copy for last year was horrible the teacher even got physical, this book will be for me, the principal and the new teacher,
I know this will help a lot. thanks.
Will be looking forward to this for home and school he is nine now and with education he will succeed.
My child has ADHD. I believe is more ADD than ADHD but that was the diagnoses. Almost three years ago I started her on Neu-Becalm’d and Juice Plus. I also slowly but surely was able to take her off the horrible prescription medication. The out come has been absolutely incredible! I’m always researching information on ADD/ADHD that will able me to help her. My oldest daughter is an ESE teacher and I believe maybe this book may have information that she can use to better understand and help her students.
I am a special education teacher and I would love to add more information to my toolbox regarding ADHD to help students with this disability learn this upcoming school year.
I have a nine year old boy with ADD (inattentive) and he is on dexthanmine. I would like to know more.
My sons teacher has been round the block a few times. she is great but has a class of 4-6. i hope this will help her.
have ADD and ADHD was told about it when no one new really what it was …..looking forward to reading
Thanks heaps for sharing, can’t wait to read the ADHD Teacher’s Guide!
I trying to homeschool my add daughter this should be helpful
Thank you, I have 13 yr old daughter with add
How do I get a copy? =)
thanks alot. i would love to read myself also. and give it to my son teacher for next year.
I have an ADHD child in my home.I know not everyone understand this kind of child and the child knows it also. The advice you give is very helpful to me. I would love a copy. Tell me how to get it.
The talk of Sir Ken is remarkably inspiring for parents like me especially to give more opportunities to expose the creative side of my kids!
As a teacher myself this guide would be of great benefit to me in the classroom, dealing with the ADD phenomena. Thank you
I’m thinking of home schooling my son who has ADHD this book can help me too. Plus I’d like to send a copy to his old school.
I would like it to share with my son’s teacher and entire school. He has dyslexia and ADHD and attends a school that specifically addresses LD’s and ADHD.
Thank you for making this available to us.
My grandson has a history of add–he needs all the assistance that we can give to understand the + and- of this condition.
would love a copy
This will probably be a great resource.
most teachers don’t have a clue. My son was put on the pole at recess b ecause he could not sit still in class.
thank you for all your good information
I work in a teachers`training program and it would be a great help.
Please provide me with this valuable teachers guide.
I would like a copy of this as school is starting up again soon. Any and all usefull information is appreciated!
I am a passionate, enthusiastic teacher as well as a parent of a child with ADHD … I look forward to a resource with real information that is not only useful but hopefully revolutionary in my corner of the world. If so, it will be vigorously shared!
I am currently in college for special education. I NEED this book!
I am a special educator working in this field for 20 years. Id like to have a copy of your guide for teachers as I find here in India we are still not ready to work with children with ADHD in Mainstream schools. At times I wonder if we need to have a seminar/conference to bring together experts in this field to share practical solutions and issues. Hope you can help.
I am eagerly waiting for reading it.
I like modern methods for learning and teaching English. Give me materials if you have any new ones. Thank you a lot.
thks for doing this.
Looking forward to helping others.
I will have students in my 4th grade class next year who have learning disabilities and/or ADHD. I would love to have a copy of this teacher’s guide. I am always looking for new ideas and strategies. Thank you.
My great grandson has AHDH, and any information would be greatly appreciated.
I thought I did this 3 days ago. Please send the guide. I’m a teacher and want to share it with my collegues. Thank you.
As an ADDer and someone who works with children with ADD thid would be a much welcome resource.
Would love this to help my grandson’s teacher understand his ADHD and to help me as a Kindergarten teacher in my classroom. I have requested this before on the date it was sent to me but it won’t download.
Just looking forward to reading and getting some more helpful tips for my own use. Thanks.
I’m sorry but I didn’t get all the info cause I wasn’t paying attention…. Oh wow man look at those birds flying by the classroom window!!!!
I liked very much.
I found a very nice collection .
Excellent report and easy to understand explanation. How do I go about getting permission to post part of the article in my upcoming newsletter? Giving proper credit to you the article author and hyperlink to the site would not be a problem.
i am a teacher from Honduras i hope this guide help me to teach or motivate to my pupils
just what I needed! .. Thanks:)
Thanks for the information.
I would like to read this guide.It’ll help me to work with my son. Thanks….
Thank you for this wonderful guide
My son is an ADHD case. I still have a lot to discover about this. This guide will help me a lot. Thanks to you.
I look forward to read this and share also to everyone.
Special Ed teacher and mom of a child w ADHD… looking fwd to seeing some new suggestions!
I believe it is very important for every aspiring educator to become aware of ADHD. This book would make a difference!!
kindly send me a copy
Would love a copy. Thanks
I have an ADD grandson and appréciated very much your information about this problem. I would like to receive your new book written for teachers so I can give one to my grandson’s teacher.
I am helping a school for the pre-school children of indigent parents in the Philippines. Many times the school encounter cases of possible ADHD. I am sure this handbook will add to the knowledge of our teachers who desire to help their young students with this problem. Thank you for providing it for free.
i would love this guide anything to help kids with learning differences!!
Thanks for the information
this is an inspiring guide for SPED teacher wannabess like me
My son has exhibitted the signs and symptoms of ADHD though his Paediatrician says he is quite normal. All the same I think that this guide will be useful to both of us.
I would love this anything to help my son and for me to understand. I would love to share this with his teache
I Love to learn more about ADHD
I definitely want this to give to my sons’ teachers – one is ADHD and the other is ADD…
I work with teachers in childcare settings who have children with ADHD in their care. I hope that this will be a good resource to share with them.
i am studing for english teacher and i need some material and i like this book
tnx 4 sharing.great book
i have some students in my class that has ADHD and i would really like to bring the best out of them. i would love to see them reach their highest potentials
i have some students that have ADHD and i would really love to bring out the best in them
I would like to have copy on this guide because it will help me how to handle some of my learners who happened to have this ADHD.
it might be a big help for my grandson.
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I am so much interested to view the guide….
I like to know about it
I am in beginning and I think it will be very useful for me .
i like ur ideas, and i need to improve my self to guide my child
I am thankful for this. I need this to teach my children at home. I have boys ages 4 and 2.
GOOD………. WELL SAID
I shall be grateful if I get it because I am a teacher Educator
I am in charge of a small school now. I think I can help my primary teachers with the information i can hope to find in your teachers’ guide.
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I am a Masters Degree holder in Personnel Administration in Education from University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. It will be an interesting training material
i need this because i am an eductionist
I am interested
I am interested in the research you have done because my granddaughter has ADHD.
Send copy to me, please
I would love to have this guide as my son shows sign of ADHD. He will be entering a new grade and it will be great to forward a copy to his school teacher
i will have this guide do you have it in spanish
id like to know coz i got a son whos ADHD….i think he got the signs.
I am a lecture in language and literary education and would love a copy of this guide for the school year! Thanks!
My son is recently diagnosed with ADHD and i would like to know more about this.
I work as the Preschool Manager and overlook the administration aspect and the Preschool area. Our school is located in Nugegoda, Sri Lanka. Our school follows the educational teachings of Dr Maria Montessori along with an interactive Preschool Education Programme from the Kingston Academy USA. Our teachers are fully dedicated to lovingly guide every child in our care of reaching to their fullest potential thus becoming well balanced individuals and appreciate very much for extending your valuable teacher’s guide to be used in the school. Although we do not have any children with ADHD we hope to implement and promote this in the near future to help such parents and also it would helpful to obtain an awareness for our current teachers in the School. Thank you and may God Bless you.
im eager to have a copy of this guide
Thank you! I really need this for my students. I want to make a better year for the new students who have ADD/ADHD in my class.
i like very much
You’re right, our education system is very much broken and teachers need more help than ever to adapt to the diverse styles of learning of our children. Hopefully, someday, none of them will fall through the cracks because their learning needs were not addressed. I am a teacher at heart, I have many good teachers among my family and friends and we can all benefit from new insights to better teach the ADHD learner. Thanks!
I would like to have a copy of your guide, it might help me to find a better strategies in teaching ADD/ADHD learners. Thanks.
I would appreciate very much having a copy of this ADHD to improve my teaching.
Please send me a copy of this book.I would really love to have it because i do work with children.
I would like to have a copy of this ..
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I am a teacher for 16 years.I am teaching at elementary level.Since i have read about ADHD guide . I am eally keen to learn and read it. THNX
I want to have a copy of the teaching materials for ADHD. I hope you can give me a copy. Thank you.
i would be happy to get a copy of this teachers guide. my 8yrs old ADHD son can be helped with this information, as the school he attends does not have teachers with specialisation in his training. i will use it together with his teacher to help him. thanks alot for your help.
I would love a copy of this because I am going to school to be a elementary teacher and I only have 1 year and 2 months before I graduate with my bachelors degree.
I REALLY WANT TO LEARN ABOUT ADHD
Its Great. Its very helpful for me.
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I have a grnaddaughter whose teacher struggled with her this past year. So sad for this to happen. She was even left at the school library when class went on field trip. Very upsetting to granddaughter For this I would love to have a copy to aid this year’s teacher
It would be useful to my children. Thanks.
i would to like to read it as i help many friends with their kids
well i want to embark upon teaching and this book will be of great help for me.
i think this will be a great tool for me , i need all help and copy…thank you..
Hi, I’m a teacher and I seem to have some students with ADD/ADHD. It’s difficult bending to all my students’ needs and I’d appreciate it much if I can have a copy of the ADHD techer’s guide. One more thing is, my cousin has ADHD and he wants to stop schooling; our family doesn’t know how to handle him effectively. Thanks.
It is really useful for teacher and now i get what i have wanted for ages.
I would love to have a copy of this as additional knowledge for my studies in Special Education.
As a schoolpsychologist in the Netherlands I’d like to know more about your strategies and tips for teachers.
I hope to find some new ideas and perspectives.
I can’t consider it’s that uncomplicated. I am heading to give it a shot. will report again
Sounds Great! Thanks
I am always looking for wise insights into understanding and truly caring for the child with ADD. I have taught first grade for many years and continue to seek ways of teaching with understanding.
I have a son who are having some of the symptoms…i need help!
really need this for my son and my work
I’m a speech therapist, and I work with children with language disorders and ADHD. The teacher’s guide will help the teachers of my students to understand more about ADHD, and I could learn more too! Thanks!
I need all the help I can get with my son
would love to check this out
I am a special education student and i need essential information about teaching students with ADHD PI because we will going to have an teaching demo. I think this guide can help me alot. As a student I need to widen my knowledge more so I am thankful that I found this site. This can be a great help.Thankyou and Godbless:))
I am aquainted with several techers and I would love to share this information with them. Please send me a copy before school starts in September.
A copy of this guide will be very beneficial to me as my son of 14 has ADHD/ODD and it has been a never ending battle for us as parents with the schools.Unfortunately it is somewhat of a fight.Trying to explain to the teachers what works for us at home is like pulling teeth as they have their own ideas on the situation.If I could take this guide with me at the beginning of this next school year to our initial meeting it may help my son to get off to a much better start for a much better year ahead.He is going into high school this year so yes a new school again so is always harder as you know.Thank you for all your emails keep them coming I love reading them all.
i will surely learn a lot of things about adhd here.
I taught in a school for children with ADHD. I’d love a copy and will definitely share with my colleagues.
Your information Helped me Thanks you Much
Thanks. Any help is appreciated.
I wish I could have had this information a few years earlier. But it can still help, I’m sure
I believe it is a great idea for teachers to have more knowledge in dealing with kids with ADD or ADHD. Most of them want to have the children medicated and it just upsets me since I won’t medicate my sons.
Thanks for the information
I’d love a copy of this theacher’s Guide coz I’m a theacher inclusive school, several kids is having such a disorder. I firmly believe that this guides will help me in manage my classes or designing an IEP & ISP for them too. So, would you please… thank you very much & god bless you.
I have read your other web publications and find your ideas very progressive for children with ADHD.
Would love to have a copy please.
Thought this was a free online guide book. Didn’t realize that you were going to charge for it. Not a very nice way to get people’s email addresses. Please do not include my name and email address in your address book. I do not wish to receive any emails. Thank you.
i need to learn about how to teach ADHD kids!!
I would love to have a copy as I work with children levels K-4.
useful resources for my students diagnosed with ADHD
this is an eye opener, i thank you for the information
I want a new label for my kids. ADHD doesn’t sound brilliant like they are. It doesn’t sound creative, funny, caring, sensitive, kind, or focused like they are. As a teacher and a mom I would love new labels, such as, outgoing, curious, spontaneous, gregarious and loving. Yeah those labels fit my kids a whole lot better.
I appreciate your way of sharing insights for ADD ADHD person.Thank you for the inspiration to start rebuilding relationships/dealing with ADD ADHD person.My son was diagnosed to have been an ADHD kid.I hope it will change him for his future by following your tips.GOdbless!!!
I’m very excited to read this and share with the teachers at my school, many are new and fresh out of school.
Please send to my email a phone number to order your book
I cain<t wait to read this
I would be very interested in gaining more information on ADD/ADHD. Although I only know a few children that have actually been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, and a couple of adults, I believe this information will help me in the future. I am now in school working on my Masters in Nurse Education, and I have recently learned of two of my classmates in the program with ADD.
I am a grade 2 teacher and will have ADD, ADHD students in my class. Maybe I can learn something useful for them in your guide. Thanks
I’d like a copy of this book!
I need a copy of this book!
I would like to know more about ADHD and how to be proactive.
this guide will benifit teachers and parents in expanding their knowledge in ADHD children and how to work with these bright students, thank you for your guide
Looking forward to new information for our family and our son’s teachers’.Thank you.
I can’t wait to learn new teaching techniques for ADHD children.
My son has tourettes and ADHD. so he unfortunately has a double wammy. The hardest part about helping him with his school work is that he for the most part contraolls his ticks at school,NOT completely understanding alot of his day sometimes doesn’t help with his explosive temper that occurs simply cause his frontal lobe works slower than yours or mine, so lots of consintration and control goes into a daily school day that by the time he gets home to his ” SAFE place “as we say, he’s done for the day. There is battles and struggles to try and get homeework done at home. I see this teachers guide as a way his teachers can help him get more out of his day, understand him, and hopefully want to help and understand him. We ran into our first teacher this past year that did it” her way”, as if it were a regular student and had a HORRIBLE school year. This year he has my daughters previous teacher who is a hard no B.S. taecher, and I fear another bad year. I also see this guide to my advantage at to help him at home and new amunition to talk to teachers cause i feel like a broken record. I look forward to reading it and agree with a previous statement that it should be a required class for teachers and even an indepth yearly convention update they dhould have to take to find out what is new, not only with ADD/ADHD but other disabilities aswell.
Can’t wait to give this to my son’s new teacher. Hoping it will make for a smooth and happy year!!! Thanks!
I look forward to reading the teachers´s guide. my daughter will join school this year and I want to do everything I can to help her in school
I would love to have a copy since I have a grandson that is now on medication to control his ADHD and I also have anothere grandson that I think has it but his parents don’t think so.
I have been working as a Volunteer in the ‘Community Social Service Field’; and I did attend the ADHD conference back in the spring season. This guide will help me guide my clients with more insights. Thanks!
Curious, working with SEN.
I would love a copy.
Did not recieve…?
I am a middle school counselor and I would love to share information that will help our kids be more successful and enjoy school.
I look forward to reading this as I have a meeting with my child’s teachers this week regarding an IEP for her – she is 7 and has just been diagnosed with ADHD. Many thanks, Juliette
I didn’t get instant access – are you able to email it to me please and thanks since I have this meeting coming up. Thanks again…your site has so much amazing info I look forward to reading it all.
my son is greting better with ur advice with the breakfast and i am so eager to know abt this adhd book for teachers guide.i will definitely recommend every parent whether there kid has ahdh or not, shd know the right way to bring them up.
its a good one for everyone.
i would like to know more abt it .
y hter with ADHD is no living with me and this info might help myself and her teacher whom is very understanding and wiling to work with me. Started her on LTO3 and it seems to keep her on task at school
this is something the dept. of education should send to all teachers
This comes highly recommended to me. Thanks.
I can’t wait to read.
Teachers need all the help they can get! So do our kids! :}
hi – i commented ages ago but haven’t received the guide yet! could you please senit asap for my daughter’s teachers. thanks so much!
As a mom of a 6y-o ADHDer and a RN I would love to read this guide so I can spread the advises to my son´s teachers!!!!
Looking for a great elementary school for my son (2nd grade),very desperate since I am relocating! Thanks!!!
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hope this guide can really help us because we are dealing children with ADHD here in Philippines and some of them are in school, we want to share this with the teachers too.Thank you so much
I’m a mom….want this to help my son.
Thanks, I’ll be sure to get a copy to my granddaughter’s teachers!
Would love to share info w my son’s current educators/teachers/parents
As a schoolpsychologist in the Netherlands I’d like to know more about your strategies and tips for teachers.
I hope to find some new ideas and perspectives.
My son is just starting high school and I have been trying to help his teachers any way I can. I truly believe that even if only one teacher connects with a student it can make all the difference in the world.
Thankyou for a helpful guide to be handed out to teachers that may work with our children that may not quite understand adhd completely or know how to effectively work with them:)
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I would love this information
Thanks for creating this guide.
It’s amazing you are doing such important work!
My major is Special Ed – LBD. This will be helpful.
i would really like this info for my sons teacher:)
Love the video
Please let me know if you are having any issues getting the teacher’s guide
An excellent option to the continuous drugging of our children.
I would love a copy, my son will be starting a new school and I could serve as a great tool for the teacher.
Looking forward to reading and learning
I would love to pass a copy of this to a great friend of mine that is a teacher. She would benefit as well as her whole class I’m sure.
Going to give this to our teachers at our school. There is several ADHD kids and the teachers dont know how to cope or help. I think this will come of great help.
looking foward to reading this material
The last time I tried to follow an information guide, I was not able to it seemed unless I purchased something. I hope this is not the case here.
Thank you very much for this material, those of us here in Ghana hardly have valuable resources to help our ADHD children.
I’d like to use this to learn how to teach myself and anyone else I see who has had the same ADD/ADHD problems that I’ve had. Thank you so much for the books and info, Jon Bennett!
It wa great reading this. Will love a copy of it.
I received this as I checked my mail on my way out to a meeting with my daughter’s teacher. It came at just the right time!
A very helpful resource!
Thanks so much for this
Daughter has ADD and hope this can help.
i would love a copy for my son’s teacher
Thank you. Its a great resource. I feel sorry for so many students in schools that don’t fit ‘the system’ and suffer as a result of it. If teachers have a better understanding of these students and know how to help them it will huge difference for these students.
Looking forward to using the Guide soon please send to me
Helping my son cope everyday with ADHD and knowing tools to get him through his days is essential. Schools are always pushing to medicate but there are other means to get the same results. Medication is just the easiest.
Hard to know how to approach school and teachers – thanks for helping out.
Great to get some more tips! Thanks for posting!
Thanks, my wife is a school teacher and I am a children’s pastor.
My son has just started Grade 1 and I think his teacher would be very keen to read the book, helping her have more insight to my childs needs. Thank you so much for this.
I teach English at a teacher training course, and I always have my students reading something on ADHD. I think they might need, at least, to recognize symptoms in their students so that they can help parents seek for professional advice, as kids might be more than “restless”, “inattentive” or “curious”. At first, my interest on the topic was raised by two of my kids who, fortunately, do not suffer from the disorder; so I began to read about it and stumbled upon your page, which I found really interesting as it offers an alternative to drugs.
I´m using this guide with my students this year, if you don´t mind. Thank you Jon!
By the way, I´m a translator (English-Spanish/Spanish-English), in case you need one.
what a beautiful gift. Thank you!
I would love to have a copy of the manual as most of the children in the centre are ADD and ADHD. This week i have two visitor mothers come to me. They weeps in tears due to their has learning disorder. I really hope to have a copy of the book to learn and equip on how to help add/adhd children.
My great grandson is 12 and has started to feel as if everything that he gets in trouble about doesn’t mmatter beccause he is usedd to getting yelled at by his father, W/hat a shame that he haas no self worth,
What a wonderful gift to help our children!
What a gift that will last a lifetime!
Looking forwrd to reading this for my son!
I intend to use this for home for my grandson and one to his school for the IEP teachers. Thank you.
Please send me a copy.
This guide could become a good support during school days.
I have been challenged all my life and now have a 10 year old daughter that is going through similar challenges so this document will definitely be well used !! Thanks again for all you have done here !!
I have a grandson with adhd. I would like to know how to deal with him.
I have two grand nieces and nephews who have ADHD so I’m very interested. Also, I’m a retired teachers but can take a copy to the school where I taught.
Would love to read this guide. so I can help my two children in School.
This is such a widespread problem
I would love to have a copy of this guide since my daughter has ADHD and I need to learn techniques myself to help her.
I love to read all your information you provide. It really helps me to understand ADHD better and helps me answer questions the families I work with have. Thank you so much!
Thank you for all that you do.
Thank you for this guide I shall send to as many teachers as I can.
I would love a copy of this because my boy has ADHD
I know I have learned alot already about ADHD and other disablities.
This sounds like it can be incredibly helpful for my son. Thank you.
I’m a special needs teacher , and i’m really need this guide to deal with kids in ADHD .
Very excited to share with our kids teachers
My 10 yr old grandson has ADHD but does very well at home and with his friends. His school insists he be on medication, however my daughter has fought for reduced dosages, along with reduced homework assignments from daily class. He has the opportunity to go to the “resource room” for extra help, writing tests, etc. , but this has to be “his request” not teachers suggestion. I know all ten yr old boys just love to be separated from their peers, subject themselves to ostracism and prefer isolation ! We would really appreciate more information regarding aids for his teachers/principal. Hopefully this is not a 40 page document that will just get set aside for “future reading” by the school. Many thanks for previous information, some has been quite helpful. One thing I have started doing with him is weekly baking (I sit with him and his siblings 3 days per week, after school) He is learning about measurments, reads the instructions in order to get everything in the pan and is quite a hero with his brother & sister when the finished product is ready for eating. I can’t believe my previous purchase of your original guide entitles me to all this new information. We are so thankful for the support we find here.
Would love to have a guide
Great content! Thank you so much! teachers are so very challenged and need to be supported and informed.
Need some help for my son
I look forward to reading this manual.
I have been haveing problems motivating my son to care about his grades. I could really use some good advise from others who have been there.
I do appreciate this effort and hard work.
Thanks—As a play/mental health therapist this will be a great resource to share with schools and individual teachers I work with! My husband is a school counselor, K-5. It will be a great resource for him as well!
Thanks for the time and effort.
Thanks for keeping us up to date with ADD ADHD!
love three steps to conquering add/adhd
Great idea for teachers!
Need that help for my son
My son has ADHD and studies in 3rd std……………… this wud help me a lot in his upbringing
my son is 9yrs and he had ADHD. he studies in 3rd std…………………… this guide will help me a lot in his upbringing
i would love this copy, because the teachers in my grandsons school really need to open there eyes to this.
Thanks for this. Any information that provides better learning experiences is welcome!
Thank you. I will pass forward …
Its nice to have someone out there who is trying to educate the masses and help the many.
Any help we can give the teachers to better understand kids with ADHD can only be beneficial for our children
Thanks so much for this, Jon. Many of our educators seem to be “mis-educated” about the extent to which certain classroom settings and dietary schedules affect students with ADHD, and I’m confident that your guide will help those who are willing to listen.
How do I download the document? I don’t see any links for it.
I’m really excited to see what I could do as a parent, to better help my son with his homework and activities for school.
Everything I read has at least something new to offer. I enjoy the fact that you are trying to help kids and adults without using “conventional” methods. Thanks!
Had conferences with teachers in November and we spoke about ADHD and they asked me to forward them any info. I had…so, I am looking forward to reading this and passing it on!!!!
So looking forward to reading this and sharing with my sons teachers.
I’d love to give this type of information to my grandsons teachers. I have been giving them ways to work with him to keep his interests . However, I don’t believe they are implementing the strategies to keep him focused. I have researched ADHD for 8 years now. And I see what works best for his needs. Not all ADHD kids use the same work habits to keep them engaged.
I would love to have this as my daughter has ADHD. And I have chosen to home school my daughter. Thank you.
I have 3 kids who are either diagnosed or have characteristics of ADD. I appreciate all the info I can find to help them out.
I am always pleased to get your helpful info to help my children navigate their path through traditional education
Very helpful! Thanks.
Jon, I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year ago at the age of 64. Until then I knew very little about the problem and would have rejected the the idea as being a figment of ones imagination and that it did not in fact exist had anybody told me about it. Bearing this in mind it is obvious that this information is not only needed in schools, but the general public urgently need to be convinced that ADD / ADHD is a real problem especially amongst the more senior citizens. It is my opinion that in order to educate the general public, this information should be made available to as many people as possible and not only to teachers, for until such time that every has a better understanding of the problem, there will always be a stigma attached to those who have been diagnosed with ADHD.
Hope this is good
Both of my boys have been questioned as to whether they are ADD…..both have tested negative. Having said that, I still feel reading this information can be beneficial even for me as a mom to aid them in their school work.
I would love to have a copy as my 12 year old has ADHD and now that she is in middle school there are more teachers to deal with daily. Thank you.
my son 6years is ADHD and mental retarded he took stratera&risperdal then changed to abilify ,he is not down syndrome he takes behaviour&speech therapies is there any thing to do to him
need for my son
I am a school counselor and I feel teachers need good strategies to help these students be more successful and happier kids in their class.
Thanks for all the help
My youngest son just got a new teacher in SPED and I really want to give her this guide. So far, she is triggering a few of the kids in the classroom to the point where they shut down and don’t want to go to school. But she isn’t responding to my suggestions on how to communicate with my son. I hope your guide helps me to talk to her and helps her to change her communication style with her class!
love to see it
My husband works with many young inner-city children in local charter schools, and I think this would be a good guide for teachers there to help distinguish between ADHD and behavior that may have been learned as possible defense mechanisms for their neighborhoods.
Thank you so much for providing this great guide. As the parent of a child with ADHD, it has been a very frustrating school year for us and my child’s teacher. After I read it, I plan to share it with his teacher so that she will benefit also! Thanks again for such a great opportunity!
I have enjoyed all of your book for years and this will be a great addition. Years ago, after having a teacher “diagnose” my grandchild, I called her a drug dealer. Thanks to you, I have educated my daughter and gotten them off medications. It’s time that teachers stopped trying to contol their class with pills.
Great !Iwould love a copy to pass on to my sons teachers.
Thanks for your efforts, I would appreciate if you could sent me a free guide that might help me to deal with my 10-year-old “adhd” son.
I am looking forward to reading this wonderful guide. I know that it will help me with my students. Thanks for writing it.
Thanks. I’m collecting information for my students, prospective teachers.
I homeschool my ADD daughter and am interested in finiding out what the guide has to say.
My adhd grandson, is doing better in the 3rd grade with your suggested supliments, but want to get any
new info I can… Grandpa
thanks again, where is the download?
Very interested in teacher’s manual
I am always looking for ideas that will help my students and my own children.
I would love a copy of the ADHD Teacher’s Guide. Thank you.
I forgot what the Password to be used is! Thank you.
Ok already, I’ll take a look. But this is taking me off task. Hope I don’t regret it (time management)
I can share this to my son’s teachers. i know this will be a great help for the teachers in handling adhd students.
I can share this with my son’s teachers and I believe this will be a great help.
After teaching for 16 years, I understand how diverse the learning styles are of every child. Those children with ADD/ADHD are often just as frustrated as we are about how to optimize their learning. I hope this guide can add to my understanding of ADD/ADHD so I can become a better teacher.
Thanks! It will be helpful to my parenting class.
I can hardly wait to see the information you are offering.
what a great idea! maybe this tool will help me to improve communication between our family and my son’s teachers!
please send me a copy, I have been fighting with all the 5th grade teachers about what to expect from my 11 yr old son and what he is feeling and how hard it is to sit for 8 hours and listen to all of them and their expectations. He now hates school and all of his teachers. please help!!
Looking forward to reading this.
I would appreciate any info on this topic
Thanks Jon!! Hope it’s as good as your previous manuals that I’ve used.
I would reallylike a copy of this to help my grandson, who is diagnosed with ADHD.
As a Preschool educator I am seeking to learn the latest on ADD and other disabilities. Thanks!
thank you so much for making this kind of materials available for us. it will be such a great help for us parents.
would like to see the guide.
As a teacher myself and an informed
parent to a child who dispays some adhd characteristics and has social problems but is not considered adhd, autistic and the like, I’m hoping this guide will help.
Thanks for my grandson’s teacher. And I really need this as I have a room full of challenging students this year.
very interested to see what learning stratagies you have in this book so i can allow his teachers insight into his behaviour problems.
Thank you for making this publication available. I have ADHD and I have two grandsons with it.
I appreciate anything that helps.
Thank you for giving us access to this guide!
I would ove this book as im battling to educate my son on projects and homework…..
Thanks for the good work and hopefully a useful tools for all teachers!
would love a copy.
i like to have a copy of this because my son has adhd and his going to school this year.
I have an ADHD child & I feel this would really help her teachers understand her.
I think this is will be very useful especially for the parents!
This would be great info my son’s teacher, thanks.
Amm really interested in this Thanks
I need to know how to help my grandson who has ADHD.
This will be great. Can’t wait yo share with her teachers
Maybe this will help us deal with the frustrations we have as we try to help our son succeed in school and life. Will forward to our son’s teachers too. Thank you.
looking forward to reading this.
Thanks for your great work on this subject!
Thanks for this!
Hope this helps!
I have been a teacher, and had a lot of problems trying to teach students with “ADHD”
I would love a copy because I have a grandson who has ADD and I am a daycare provider.
I’m a single mother of 2 boys, because of sercomstace I let the one boy go live with his auntie . Now they have him on meds for adhd . I am concerned about that. I know the drugs are not good. I have a limmited amount of money to buy a book which could explain the disorder and what to do about it. Please could you help me.with sending me something? anything , they will not listen to me. I need someone, something to back me up… please help me to help my son. My address is B. Doumont PO BOX 60001 Naniamo BC V9S 0A4
Would love a copy to share with my child’s teacher!!!
I hope that this will help us.
Thanks Jon, I do enjoy what you have to say, I would love to have a copy of this, as I have a grandson on meds. Thank you
Hope this works
This will be a great guide to use with my grandchildren. Thanks.
I would like to have a copy since I teach.
I lost amy 22 yr old son to ADD and Ritalin addiction in Nov 4, 2009. I’m glad to see this guide.
I would love this information as my son has adhd and is going back to school shortly with a new teacher and this might help her understand the way his brain works thanks
Would like more info, thanks.
Adhd awareness will only help all of us to better understand our children, your children and ourselves. I have a 4th grader who has a strong ADHD and have fought hard for services at school. Finally getting it right with a long awaited IEP. We have a great team and a wonderful teacher who doesn’t give up. All resources are helpful . Thank you.
Thank you. I am always trying to educate myself in helping my son to be successful.
i would love to have a copy of this, as I think my grandson has this ADHD
very important info for teachers who really want to help
I am a first year homeschool mom with one ADHD child. He is a very bright child that needs more help. He has been doing so much better learning at home one on one. The more info I get the better it will be for me to teach him and to know that learning is so much fun.
As a teacher this information can be very informative and helpful in understanding students with ADHD
Have been struggling with my daughter for 9 years with ADHD and ODD. I would love to read more to help in this area…
My granddaughter will be going to a new school in the fall. I think this would be helpful for all of us who love her and want her to have a successful school year.
Grade 11, every bit of help is gratefully appreciated
i will give this information to my childs teachers
Hope this guide will help the teachers of my son. Thank you.
This will be very helpful for my family and all teachers!
Looking forward to reading the guide. Thank you
My son is ADHD Patient and this guide will help his teachers to understand him very well.
I would love to read this information. My son has ADHD and I teach kindergarten.
I would love a copy please!
I ‘d love a copy of this as I am teacher and I really need to know more about ADHA. Thank you so much for your dedication and hard work.
thanking you for giving us the chance to learn how to deal with such kids as a parent of a kid with global delay life has become harder in every way ,i’ve tried all four years to read any article that guide me to the right way ive done all medical check ups and done all and what next…. is to read this manual thanx a gain
Thnks for helping > please send me teachers guid booklet
Thank you I will give the teacher some tips and use some myself!
Would like to learn how to deal with kids with add or add
I would love a copy of this. It would help me to understand what needs to be done to help.
hi im a parent of a nine year old girl with adhd and would like to help her both at school and home
As a school counselor, I’m hoping this could be a useful guide to assist me in assisting teachers, as well as to offer it to teachers directly who are having difficulty reaching an ADHD student.
thanks for this work. hope to see everybody will understand soon…
I lead our local CHADD chapter, so any information I can get to help parents in our group, I’m for it!
cant wait thanks
thank you for the help
I’m a practicing Occupational Therapist and this will be of great help in managing my students with ADHD by using new strategies and interventions.thanks!
I can’t wait to read it!
Can’t see where do i put the password??
Looking forward to trying these ideas
I have been teaching for 28 years and it breaks my heart when a bright student simply can’t maintain grades or friendships. I see so many students who self esteem suffers due to this disability. If there was something else I could be doing that would make a difference in a childs life then I want to know what that is.
I need all the help I can get in dealing with a 9 year old with ADHD. Thanks
Looking forward to reading this. Thanks!
I Would love to forward this several teachers.Both of my children have ADHD and any information to help teachers to help and understand your child is always beneficial.
I would like this
Any help for a teacher of ADHD children is always welcome.
thanks for the help
My son has ADD (no HD) and is struggling in 9th grade. I hope his teachers will gain value from this information
Look forward to reading it….
I would love to have an additional help!
Would this be effective for parents as well?
Would these strategies be effective for parents to use as well?
My daughter works with students that have ADD and this would be very beneficial to her and her fellow teachers. Thank You
Would love a copy for my son’s teachers
I would also love a copy of this guide. It might help my son’s teacher understand his situation better rather than getting fustrated with him.
I would love to have this for myself & one of my daughters teachers. She has been having a hard time with a teacher of her’s
Thank you…More information means more ideas to help each child.
I would love to review as teachers are always strongly suggesting medications for my son. We have been following this program for 4 yrs and he has been taking the supplements. He just made the principles’s list and there is no way he will be given stimulant mind altering medications at this point in his life.
can’t copy others because noone has this problem
My son has been following this program for 4 yrs and just made the prinicple’s list. Several teachers along the way have strongly suggested medications. There is no way I will give him mind altering medications at this time in his life.
can’t copy this to anyone who I know that has this problem
My son has been following this program for the last 4 yrs. Many of his teachers and coaches have urged consideration of medications. He just made the priniciple’s list and I am adamant about not putting him on mind altering medications. I look forward to reading this teacher’s guide.
Thanks the world needs any instruction manual for ADHD
Thanks for the help
I would love a copy the more help the better.
Would love to have the information….Thank you!
i would reaaly appreciate having this guide. thank you
Thanks in advance. I look forward to reading this.
Thank you for sharing valuable information for free……everyone needs a little reminder how to be gentle and caring listeners to children. Thank you!
To remind those who lookafter my 8yr. old grandson.
My daughter has PDD Nos and ADHD and I would love to have more information. As a teacher this valuable information will give me the tools I need in the classroom. I would love a copy of this. Thank you!
I would love a copy to share with our school. We need to know how to bring out the best in all students.
ADHD Teaher’s Guide
My son has been doing so much better in school since starting the Neu B Camd. He now is calm, pays attention, and does really well in math (which he previously hated). I think it’s the supplement combined with a higher protein lower carb diet which I learned from YOU here. Thank you!
As a special education teacher having been diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and a mother of 3 who all have ADHD, I am excited to read your book. Thanks!
We found in Europe a very interesting treatment that is call esprico.
I ve tried it with some patients and it works.
like to see the manual as the pills have not done much
I am very interested in this guide, as it will help me be more effective as a teacher and help keep a calm and peaceful atmosphere in my preschool classroom.
Thanks, I have a child in school that has adhd and some of his teacher are not helping him, or to under stand his needs.
I think all teachers need to be well informed about ADD/ADHD