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    What are ADHD and the persons suffering from this disorder? The full form of ADHD is Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Even though the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not...


    What are ADHD and the persons suffering from this disorder?

    The full form of ADHD is Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Even though the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is not fully defined anywhere but it is indeed a legitimate psychological state of mind. ADHD is a disease that starts right from the childhood. It usually changes how a child behaves, think, and feel. The ADHD children are generally very restless. Nearly all children suffering from this disease are overactive and lacking concentration at times. The children have poor concentration in their study have a week memory, impulsiveness they are in a hurry to do everything, generally lack self prestige Weak short term memory and they suffer from some abnormal sleep and appetite problems. There are also different degrees of severity.

    How to apply for the ADHD scholarships:

    There are some scholarships available for the persons suffering from ADHD. The parents of a child suffering from this disorder can apply for the monetary support. You have to gather all the school records of your child. Keep copies of medical documentation and diagnosis reports from your family physician as well as any documentation from psychologist or psychiatrist if available. Search for the information and institutions working for the people who are suffering from these disabilities. Collect the information available and apply for the scholarship which is most suitable for your child. Your child must have to undergo a simple test. Keep your child’s talent in mind. Your child can be good in the music, panting or any other art form look for those scholarships that work in those fields. You can also apply online for these scholarships. The collage students asking for some scholarship must have a career interest in finance, business or computer systems. Students must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average to get the ADHD scholarship.

    What are the scholarships available for the child suffering from such disorder?

    There are very few scholarships available for the children suffering specifically from the Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The scholarships are given according to the needs and talent in your children. The main aim to provide such scholarship is to provide financial aid to the parents of such children.

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    2 Responses to “ADHD scholarships”

    1. Eric John Rodriguez says:

      i am maintaining a 4.0 gpa and im in ap classes. Im involved in several extracurricular activities such as student council, yearbook (editor), tennis, linkcrew, and im currently joining the Nationals Honors society.

    2. Jeane Orseno says:

      I am writing to ask if you know of any scholarship/financial aid or government grant money programs available to help pay for the education of my special needs daughter on the high school level. We live in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, City of Philadelphia.

      I have come to the realization that in approximately 1½ years I will “have” to enroll her in a private/special education high school where her academic needs can be better met. Presently, she is:

      • 13 years old;

      • enrolled in a 7th grade Learning Support classroom at one of the School District of Philadelphia neighborhood schools;

      • has been educated in the School District of Philadelphia since Kindergarten;

      • reads at a 2nd grade level;

      • has a 4th grade math ability;

      • has an IEP that is being followed, but her reading has not improved very much since 3rd grade; and

      • has a diagnosis of ADHD, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Sensory Integration Dysfunction, and mild Oppositional Defiance Disorder. She was born into an orphanage in Romania where she lived until her adoption at the age of 25 months.

      I’m learning that she will not qualify for most of the independent special education high schools, in and around the Philadelphia area, because she is academically too far behind.

      Providing I can find a school that will accept her, tuition expenses (not including books, transportation, etc.) will run between $23,000 and $37,500 per year (2008-2009 tuition). Financially, these tuition rates are impossible for me to pay (single mother, older daughter in college) and I am hoping to be able to obtain financial aid/grants from a government source, if available.

      I would appreciate any information you can supply regarding funding this education. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

      Jeane Orseno
      7805 Brous Avenue
      Philadelphia, PA 19152

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