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ADHD and Education Together
Rabbi Shmuel Reich
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Further education about the wide ranging symptoms of ADHD, and how they affect day to day life - especially (though not limited to) the classroom - based on my experience as an ADHD coach and classroom educator.
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ADHD Coaching Description
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
September 7th, 2020
The first half of this article was published as a Letter to the Editor in the October 10 2019 Edition of The Flatbush Jewish Journal A few months ago, I bumped into an old friend (ie: “one with whom one shares no common WhatsApp chats”). We then dutifully proceeded to inquire about one another’s lives, which at least from his end, was not completely disingenuous. I told him that in addition to teaching, which I have been doing f …
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The Value of ADHD Education
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
August 17th, 2020
Shimmy gazed off into the distance. His dark brown eyes appeared lost in the woods that are visible from my office window. His dark, calloused hands fidgeted mindlessly on the lip of my desk. Was he still with me? I wasn’t sure, but waited patiently. He finally responded.  “Nothing,” he replied, “Basically nothing. They diagnosed it because I was acting out in school, and I think it has to do with why I was always the …
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Structuring the Day at Home for Your Teen or Preteen Part 3b: Creating a Schedule Step by Step and Strategies for Staying on Task
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
May 27th, 2020
The following is adapted from a talk that I recently gave for the Bergen County Chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD, an organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD,) on the subject of Creating Structure to Help Your Teens and Preteens with ADHD Get Schoolwork Done at Home. I am dividing it into three installments. The third installment became a bit longer than intended. I am therefore divided it into …
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Structuring the Day at Home for Your Teen or Preteen Part 3a: Practical Strategies
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
May 26th, 2020
The following is adapted from a talk that I recently gave for the Bergen County Chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD, an organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD) on the subject of Creating Structure to Help Your Teens and Preteens with ADHD Get Schoolwork Done at Home. I am dividing it into three installments. The third installment has become a bit longer than intended. I am therefore dividing it i …
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Structuring the Day Part 2: How to Be the Parent You Need to Be in Order to Help Effectively
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
May 21st, 2020
The following is adapted from a talk that I recently gave for the Bergen County Chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD, an organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD) on the subject of Creating Structure to Help Your Teens and Preteens with ADHD Get Schoolwork Done at Home. I am dividing it into three installments. The second is about: Laying the Groundwork - How to Be the Parent You Need to Be in Order …
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Creating Structure for Your ADHD Teen or Preteen's Schoolwork at Home Part 1
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
May 19th, 2020
The following is adapted from a talk that I recently gave for CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD, an organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people affected by ADHD) on the subject of Creating Structure to Help Your Teens and Preteens with ADHD Get Schoolwork Done at Home. I am dividing it into three installments. The first is about The Value of Structure. Here goes: As a classroom rebbi for teens - and often the jumpier ones - th …
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ADHD in Quarantine
Author: Rabbi Shmuel Reich
April 7th, 2020
Eliezer doesn’t call me often, but when he does it is usually important, time sensitive and - for good measure - quite to the point. So when I saw an incoming call from Eliezer last week, I was quick to pick up. “Shmuel!” “What’s up, Eliezer?” “Would it make sense that a kid with ADHD can spend hours building model airplanes uninterrupted, but behave very disruptively at dinner with the family?” &ld …
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