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Because of the coronavirus, an immense number of students and teachers are now relegated to distance learning and homeschooling, and the sudden shift to online learning is particularly difficult for students with ADHD.
In this video, we share how to navigate this new homeschool environment and way of education to hopefully make this whole transition at the start of the school year easier.
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