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Other Health Impaired- ADHD in Early Childhood Education

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The causes of ADHD are not well understood, many children with ADHD struggle in the classroom. Their inability to stay on task, impulsive behavior, and fidgeting impair their ability to learn and increase the likelihood of unsatisfactory interactions with others. Children with ADHD who are not served under IDEA are receiving services under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Schools may be required to develop and implement accommodation plans to help students with ADHD succeed in the general education classroom under the Section 504 Rehabilitation Act. There are many assistive technology devices and systems that are made available for children with ADHD; such as talking books, children’s talking calculators, and software based lessons for reading, writing and arithmetic.

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorders, occurring in 3% to 7% of school-age children. Approximately 5.4 million children ranging from ages 4-17 at some point have been diagnosed with ADHD. Many students with ADHD are easily distracted and struggle to focus their attention on assigned task. ADHD is a condition of the brain that affects a person’s ability to pay attention. It is most common in school-aged children. ADHD is presented in boys three times more than it is presented in girls. There are three subtypes of ADHD: predominately hyperactive/ impulsive type- does not show significant inattention, predominately inattentive type- does not show significant hyperactive-impulsive symptoms, and combined type- displays both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive symptoms. ADHD's core symptoms—inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity—make meeting the daily rigors of school challenging (Zentall, 1993). These symptoms must occur in two or more…...

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