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“What Will a Return to In-Person Learning Mean for My Child with ADHD?”

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online learning.My son disliked learning through a screen, and struggled to connect with his classmates and teachers. In person, he had fully participated in classroom discussions.

With virtual learning, he was quiet and withdrawn. If I didn’t make sure he logged in at 8:30 a.m., he’d often sit and stare blankly at his computer without turning it on.

Without the structure of a physical classroom, he also found it harder to focus, and he struggled to do his asynchronous assignments.For a kid who had once been anchored firmly in his school and community, he seemed to be floating aimlessly.

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