Edge Coaching Empowers Young People to Realize Their Full Potential

Executive Function is a Key Predictor of Life Success

We’re the organization with the most experience and verified success in coaching people with ADHD and other learning challenges to optimize their potential, increase self-esteem, and give them an edge in life.

Edge Coaching Programs

Our model works in pandemic times. We’ve proven executive function coaching can work virtually: we’ve been successfully providing that coaching online for more than 12 years. We use remote-based coaches and trainers to conduct both virtual coaching sessions and virtual coaching training.

We provide one-on one-coaching, coaching through non-profits, state agencies and schools, and can train coaches in those skills most closely linked to future success: organization, time management, and the ability to self-regulate behavior.  There is a coaching model that will work for your family.

Individual Coaching

An Edge Coach specializes in providing individuals with the executive function skills they need to overcome learning and attention challenges that can cause problem with school, family life, work and friendships.

In-School Coaching

In partnership with schools around the country, Edge trains school staff to be Edge In-School Coaches. Staff are selected by school leadership to provide one-on-one, weekly coaching sessions to at-risk youth.

Community Programs

Young people who are homeless, in foster care or in juvenile justice systems face special challenges. Edge provides these youth with individual coaches to develop the skills they need to solve everyday problems.

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ADHD Parent Care Package

It’s not easy being the parent of a child who has ADHD. Helping your child learn to manage his own ADHD symptoms is a lifelong journey.  An ADHD Parent Care Package explains how coaching works and provides tools to address common issues faced by parents of ADHD teens.

ADHD and College Success

College is a critical time for students with ADHD. Simply striving to be organized and motivated isn’t the solution to college success. Finding new strategies that work with ADHD strengths is the key. ADHD and College Success includes tips and strategies you can start using today!

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ADHD and Stimming

Stimming is the repetition of certain behaviors. For someone with ADHD, it may interfere with relationships, school, or work.
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Inside the ADHD Brain

New developments in neuroscience are giving researchers a more complete understanding of what is going on inside the ADHD brain.
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Exercise as Medication

Is exercise a form of ADHD medication? Studies show that regular “doses” of exercise can reduce ADHD symptoms and improve executive function.
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