There are some great benefits that work really well for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD). This form of education can cater to the needs of the child. It can also help them gain the confidence they need to perform well academically. Typically children with ADHD have issues with behavior, education, and social life in a school setting. Navigating in a classroom environment can be difficult for your child due to the multiple distractions and set of rules each student has to follow. While learning from home, there will be no school bells, loud noises, and the distractions will be at a complete minimum. Students with ADHD are more likely to have improved focus and retain what they learned in this setting. 

Keeping ADHD Students Engaged

Homeschooling allows your child to focus without the many challenges that most students will face in a traditional school setting. Simple things like fidgeting don’t have to be problematic when homeschooling because there are no classmates to disturb. Choosing to teach your child at home also gives them a chance to try out kinesthetic learning. The truth is, everyone doesn’t work well with having to sit and learn. Homeschooling a child with ADHD gives them the opportunity for them to learn through physical activity. Children with ADHD tend to be very creative. The most important part of homeschooling a child with ADHD is to focus on their strengths while minimizing their weaknesses. A specialized education plan to learn will offer the child a fresh new way of learning outside of sitting at a table with books all day. 

In most cases, parents are able to mix up the curriculum for the ADHD child. Typically these students have uneven skill levels in all of their subjects. Their levels could be extremely high in math but relatively low in ELA. This means that the curriculum for these students should be versatile. A computer-based learning schedule can be more flexible for children with ADHD. They will be able to start work and stop whenever they need to. Ultimately they will feel free and relaxed throughout the day. 

Benefits for Online Learning for ADHD Students


  • Less outside distractions
  • More engagement and flexibility 
  • Reminds your child of tasks/lessons he has not completed yet
  • Allows a student to move quickly on subjects they excel at or repeat concepts where they need additional review
  • Capitalizes on visual learning strengths has a complete list of support groups to help support you in your homeschooling endeavors and connect with homeschoolers near you.   You can search the list of support groups here: