Following instructions is one of the most important social skills that children develop. Be it in the classroom, at home with the family or on the sporting field, a child who can listen, understand and then follow instructions and directions will go a long way.
This fact sheet provides general information around ADHD for parents and carers including the signs of ADHD in children, diagnosis, treatment and support.
Strategies for parents to support the transition to ‘big school’.
We have some great tips and strategies for supporting your child through a meltdown and encouraging self-regulation.
Learn about the classroom adjustments you can make to give students with ADHD the best opportunity to learn.
Sensory processing refers to the way a person sorts, interprets and responds to sensation from their body, environment and the world around them.
Learning Links’ NDIS service agreement for families accessing services with funding from their child’s NDIS plan.
Studying is an important part of learning but it can be a difficult task for students if they don’t have the right skills. Learn about some different study skills to support your child’s learning.