Psychosocial Interventions

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Psychosocial interventions teach students with ADHD to deal effectively with life stressors. The treatment is individualized and directed at areas which are challenging for that student. Focusing on these issues is extremely significant for the success of that student in and out the classroom for example; helping them to get alone with others and forming therapeutic peer relationships. Psychosocial intervention combined with medication therapy is most effective. However, alternative treatment such as behavior management, classroom accommodations, and social skills training are also advantageous.
Treatment implications are discussed to indicate how educators might modify classroom settings to enhance the academic achievement of students with
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One overlooked aspect of treatment of children with ADHD is the need to form partnerships among school professionals who can collaborate on interventions that maximize the impact on children with ADHD. DuPaul emphasizes that, behavioral interventions should begin even before children start school. Parents can introduce preschoolers to early literacy and numeracy activities to give them the extra head start they need, he suggests. A few instructors may feel overpowered by the responsibility of giving individualized advice or behavioral meditations for children with ADHD, yet compelling techniques can be actualized with parents, professionals, and children with ADHD themselves. Also, Additionally, activities can be used to enhance attention to academic instruction (eg. Art jewelry and …show more content…
DuPaul (2011) states, additional intervention is needed to review the relationships between ADHD and academic performance stages. In understanding the many stages of children who are diagnosed with ADHD, this research has been very beneficial in understanding which age group is highly affected which are pre-school to adults. The correlation of art will allow more creativity in finding the student's weakness that prevent them in becoming successful in all classes. The most common treatment for ADHD is stimulant medication and behavioral interventions to improve behavioral issues states, Daley & Birchwood (2010). This research has specific interventions that was incorporated in their research peer and parent tutoring, task modifications, strategy training etc. are alternatives in improving children with ADHD educational skills. Despite the fact that this lack of knowledge is well documented the educational system has been slow to respond to this problem with a solution besides the use of stimulant medication. It is reasonable to enhanced educator’s knowledge about ADHD; as follows educators will be more willing and able to provide classroom accommodations to cultivate improved educational outcomes for students with ADHD with the implement of art

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