Real World Stories

Experiences of parents and teachers

Feedback from parents and teachers about their experience using the Supporting Students with ADHD teacher’s booklet.

Bridging Home and School, a parent’s experience

My 9-year-old son who is autistic and has ADHD started to hate school. He was spending more time in the principal’s office than in the classroom because he was constantly breaking the rules. 

Supporting Executive Functions, a teacher’s approach

I’ve been a primary teacher for ten years and I’m currently teaching year six in a local inner west school. My main concern was related to a 12-year-old girl, diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia, who was falling behind.

Understanding Sensory Needs, a teacher’s perspective

I’m a kindergarten teacher in a public school. I have a 6-year-old boy in my class who is undiagnosed, but his parents suspect he has ADHD. This student, let’s call him Tom, was regularly physically reactive to peers, and I needed to help him and keep the rest of the class safe.

Teacher's Booklet

Supporting ADHD Students In The Classroom

Empower teachers with practical strategies to support students with ADHD in the classroom