The best part about working with an ADHD coach is that it’s not just about getting the student through high school with a good GPA, but also getting the student ready for the freedom of college and adult responsibility.
U.S. News reports as many as one in three first-year students won’t return for their sophomore year. There are many reasons why, one of which being academic struggles and an inability to understand how to manage time and tasks. Preparing students for success in college can increase the likelihood that they make all four years. [...]
It’s not impossible for people who are rapid-fire thinkers diagnosed with ADHD to learn to live full lives with less anxiety and be powerful contributors to their families, communities, and societies. I know this from my own life and the lives of so many others with the innovator brain (or ADHD) that I have helped [...]
By now most of us know about ADHD. We either have the diagnosis our self or know someone who does: our child, our husband or wife, our coworker, friend, boss, neighbor. We take medication, we go to therapy, feel shame and believe ourselves to be irrevocably incompetent. Some of us have anxiety disorder and depression. [...]
There are many interpretations out there each claiming to be the right one: ADHD is a disability, ADHD is a brain type. ADHD is an executive function disorder… So how does one navigate the confusing waters of these competing definitions?