Children with ADHD often need help keeping their bedrooms and environments organized. In fact, creating an environment in which there’s a place for everything and everything is in its place actually allows many children with ADHD to thrive.

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It’s not uncommon for kids with ADHD to leave messes not only in their bedrooms, but throughout the house. They’re not being defiant or inconsiderate. They simply get too focused on a task that they may not notice the mess, according to ADDitude Magazine. If they’re asked to clean up, they may be too overwhelmed to know where to begin, or they start immediately but quickly lose focus before finishing.

Read more here: Creating the Optimal Environment for a Kid with ADHD

Jenny Wise is a homeschool teacher and the parent of an autistic child, who have learned a lot about how important it is to pay attention to the individual needs of every student -- especially special education students, who may need specific classes or individual help to be successful. She knows the best approach when reaching out to those with special needs, and have done some research to help educators and families get started. She has been interested in sharing them with our audience.


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