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Edge Coaching Receives High Marks from Students

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. Good SEL skills increase a student’s chances of success in school and in life. The most recent study of Edge coaching’s effectiveness demonstrates its power to foster social and emotional learning, and help students build resilience and confidence.

ADHD Parent Care Package Now Available

Get your Free Copy! Free Care Package provides parents of teens and college students with ADHD ideas, facts, resources and encouragement. The Edge Foundation’s new publication, An ADHD Parent Care Package, was written to help worried parents navigate the difficult … Read More

ADHD Scholarship Announcement 05.24.11

Unique Scholarship for Students with ADHD Offered by Edge Foundation in Partnership with Shire Award Includes a Year of Coaching to Ease the Transition from High School to Higher Education Seattle, WA, May 24, 2011 – Students with ADHD struggle … Read More

Shire and Edge team up for 2012/2013

Expanded College Scholarship Program for Students with ADHD Shire Expands Scholarship Program for Individuals with ADHD:  The second year of the Shire ADHD Scholarship Program will award 50 scholarships to individuals with ADHD PHILADELPHIA, Oct 20, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — … Read More

Edge Announces Study Results 11.12.10

New Study Reveals that Coaching Helps College Students with ADHD Improve Ability to Learn, Succeed in College Report Results Unveiled in Atlanta SEATTLE—The results of a new study being released this week at the Children and Adults with Attention Deficit … Read More

Edge Announces New Executive Director 02.10.10

Edge Foundation Announces New Executive Director Seattle, WA – February 10, 2010 – The Edge Foundation, a non-profit foundation that assists high school and college students with AD/HD, today announced the appointment of its new Executive Director, Robert M. Tudisco, … Read More

ADHD Research Program 02.02.09

Edge Foundation announces $1 million ADHD research program First national study of personal coaching’s effectiveness for college students SEATTLE (Feb. 2, 2009) – The Edge Foundation, a national nonprofit organizationproviding personal coaching for children and young adults with Attention Deficit … Read More

Flexcar Founder Tells Stories 10.01.08

Flexcar Founder Tells Personal Stories about Succeeding Despite Learning Disabilities SEATTLE, October 1, 2008 — Self-proclaimed “serial entrepreneur” Neil Peterson founded five companies during his 40-plus year career, most notably Flexcar, the award-winning car-sharing company that recently merged with Zipcar. … Read More

Foundation Established 10.01.08

Foundation Established by Flexcar Founder to Provide Professional Coaches to Students with ADD/ADHD SEATTLE, October 1, 2008 – As school starts each fall, many parents and teachers prepare once again for the academic, social and personal challenges that nearly ten … Read More