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If you are a teacher, guidance counselor, school psychologist, behavioral specialist or other educational professional who works with students suspected of having ADHD, the tools available in myADHD.com can help you.
If you are already familiar with these tools and you have logged in as a Premium Subscriber you can go right to the MY CONTROL PANEL to send and receive assessment and tracking tools. If you would like to have access to these tools, click here to register and then purchase a subscription.

Assessment Tools™

Educators are an important source of information in the initial assessment process for ADHD. Assessment Tools are forms, checklists and rating scales that provide information about the student. Healthcare professionals evaluating children or adults for ADHD may request that educators who are familiar with the student complete one or more of these Assessment Tools.

Treatment Tools™

Treatment Tools are programs designed to teach specific skills to improve behavior, socialization and academic performance. Teachers can use them at school to encourage positive behavior, teach skills such as organization, reading comprehension, note taking, self-advocacy, etc. There are many treatment tools for children and adolescents available on MyADHD.com. These tools include: daily report cards for school work; some home token-economy programs; lists of accommodations for implementation in the classroom; a variety of behavior charts; family communication exercises; anger management worksheets; study strategies activities to build reading comprehension, improve organization, test-taking, report writing, and listening skills; and many others

Tracking Tools™

Tracking Tools are brief forms, checklists and rating scales designed to monitor the progress of students who are receiving interventions and treatment. Healthcare professionals and parents may request that educators who are familiar with the student complete one or more Tracking Tools during the school year to monitor student progress. Treatments and interventions can then be adjusted to achieve maximal improvement.

Library Tools™

Contained among the Library Tools are scientific articles, past issues of myADHD.com News, and other resources that educators can use to gain a better understanding of ADHD.


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