Many children with substance exposure or deprivation in their early history struggle with attention deficit or organization issues. You can help by breaking tasks into small steps. In that way you're helping them to succeed rather than setting them up to fail.
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A discussion with Heather T. Forbes, LCSW on how to help your child succeed at school. She presents tips and strategies on how to help your child be more successful at school, therefore easing some of the stress at home.
For adopted children, their circumstances prior to adoption often cause them to experience school in a different framework than other kids. Orphanage care, foster care or prenatal exposure are all events tha can affect behavior as a child grows.
Download Heather T. Forbes' presentation on how to help your adopted child succeed at school.