Use the navigation bar at the top of each page to get to the main menu for each section of the web site. Clicking on “Disorders” will take you to a menu of disorders discussed on this site. From there, click on the name of the disorder to get to a listing of all files and articles on that topic.
Click on “Behavior” to get to a listing of the many files and articles dealing with behavior issues in the classroom.
The “Miscellaneous” section contains a number of reference files as well as other topics of note.
The “About” section provides some information about me and about the professional services I offer.
Over the last 20 years, many children and teens with neurological disabilities have told me, “It would be easier for me if I was in a wheelchair or blind. At least then my teachers and classmates might be more understanding.”
Knowing that most educators welcome practical knowledge and tools that they can use, I created this site to help educators learn about a number of neurological disorders that may impair a student’s functioning and that can occasionally create chaos in your classroom. On this site, you will find overviews of a number of disorders such as Tourette’s Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Executive Dysfunction, Sensory Defensiveness, “Rage Attacks” or “Storms,” Anxiety Disorders, and sleep disorders. You’ll also find some tips for classroom accommodations or strategies for these conditions. Clicking on the name of the disorder in the pull-down menu at the top of each page will take you to a table of contents for that disorder.