In terms of non-medical treatments, parents often don’t know where to turn when their children have been handed an ADHD diagnosis. There are plenty of brain-rewiring programs, psychologists and counselors, natural remedies, nutritional programs, and 504 plans. But many parents want someone to come the their home, help their child with their schoolwork, and be a good role model–and that’s where tutoring comes in. But tutoring kids with ADHD is vastly different from standard tutoring. Here, I’m going to tell you what an ADHD tutor does, and what separates the good from the bad.