Enhancing ADHD Behavioral Interventions for Latino Children Through Cultural Adaptations of Daily Report Card


By Roberto Roman

This issue of NASET’s ADHD series was written by Roberto Roman and highlights the use of the Daily Report Card (DRC) as a practical classroom intervention that involves monitoring behaviors and providing rewards based on goal attainment. It also discusses the need for cultural adaptations when implementing DRC for Latino families, including improving family communication, modifying rewards, considering gender roles, and acknowledging cultural values related to disciplinary practices. The publication offers routine management solutions and stresses the importance of parental involvement in promoting positive outcomes for students with ADHD.

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