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Studying with ADHD/Other Learning disabilities

Studying with ADHD can present unique challenges, but there are several strategies you can implement to make the process more manageable and effective. Here are some tips:

Create a structured study environment: Establish a designated study space that is free from distractions. Keep it organized and clutter-free to help maintain focus.

Break tasks into smaller chunks: Large tasks can be overwhelming, so break them down into smaller, more manageable parts. This can help prevent feeling overwhelmed and make it easier to stay on track.

Use visual aids: Visual aids such as charts, diagrams, and colour-coding can help increase comprehension and retention of information. They can also make studying more engaging and less tedious.

Utilise multi-sensory learning: Incorporate different senses into your studying, such as listening to audio recordings, using tactile materials like flashcards, or even acting out concepts to reinforce learning.

Set specific goals: Set clear, achievable goals for each study session. This can help provide direction and motivation, as well as a sense of accomplishment when goals are met.

Take regular breaks: Break up study sessions with short breaks to prevent burnout and maintain focus. The Pomodoro Technique, which involves studying for 25 minutes followed by a 5-minute break, can be particularly effective for managing attention.

Incorporate movement: Incorporating movement into your study routine can help increase focus and concentration. Try studying while standing, pacing, or using a fidget toy to channel excess energy.

Use timers and alarms: Set timers or alarms to help stay on schedule and maintain focus during study sessions. This can also help prevent hyperfocus on one task to the detriment of others.

Experiment with different study techniques: ADHD affects individuals differently, so it’s essential to experiment with different study techniques to find what works best for you. Some may find traditional methods like note-taking effective, while others may benefit from more interactive or hands-on approaches.

Seek support when needed: Don’t hesitate to reach out for support from teachers, tutors, or mental health professionals if you’re struggling with studying. They can provide guidance, accommodations, and resources tailored to your needs.

Remember, it’s essential to be patient and compassionate with yourself as you navigate studying with ADHD. Finding the right strategies may take time and experimentation, but with persistence and determination, you can achieve success.

How can Eduprism Help?

At Eduprism, we work in partnership with Gaia Learning, UK’s premier online tutoring business to support neurodivergent children. Since 2019 Gaia Learning has helped 100s of children with ADHD, who are autistic and who are neurodivergent, learn & thrive via personalised online learning programmes.

If you have a child with ADHD, Autism or who is neurodivergent, we can help.

What We Offer:

Flexible and Comprehensive Online Learning: Our full timetable is tailored for children with ADHD, providing a structured yet adaptable learning experience.

Holistic Support for Parents and Children: Access our comprehensive ADHD learning support resources, empowering both parents and children on their educational journey.

1:1 Tutoring with ADHD-Trained Experts: Our specialised tutors are trained to understand and accommodate the needs of children with ADHD, ensuring personalised attention and guidance.

A Nurturing Environment for Neurodivergent Learners: Discover why our approach is ideal for children with ADHD, autism, and other neurodivergent conditions.

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