#110: Five Tips for Wrapping Up the School Year
At the beginning of a new school year, do you feel like you are always starting from scratch on getting support for your child? By the time you feel like you have a solid plan in place, a new school year starts, and you are back to square one. Many of you experience stress at the beginning of the new school year. Will the teacher take the time to read your child’s 504 plan or IEP so they know how to support them in class best? Today on the podcast, we will share five tips for wrapping up the school year so you can set your child up for success when transitioning to a new grade and new teacher in the fall.
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We are Lori, Mallory, and Katie. Lori and Mallory are child psychologists, and Katie is a speech language pathologist. Most importantly, we are moms, just like you.
After working with families over a combined total of 40 years, we saw a need to provide ongoing support and education to parents raising children with ADHD.
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