If you are reading this, you probably already personally know a number of people who are living with ADHD. You share their struggles. You share their triumphs. You know just how hard it can be to reach a goal.
- But have you shared the story that coaching works?
- Have you told your friend about the Edge research that shows coaching helps improve academic skills?
Many people who have ADHD have no one to turn to for support. Parents may not know they have ADHD until their child is diagnosed and figure out that they also have it.
Despite all the chatter about our “ADHD culture,” ADHD is still a misunderstood and unrecognized condition. As a reader of this blog, you are one of the lucky ones. You’ve found a reputable source of information about and strategies for working with the symptoms of ADHD.
And we appreciate the implicit trust you give us each time your visit our site.
That’s why we are asking for your help. Please spread the news: ADHD coaching works. Many, many struggling students have never heard of an ADHD coach. With your help, you can help turn the tide of ignorance about ADHD.
If each of our readers takes just one extra minute to do even one of the steps below, it will help. We don’t have to wait until October’s ADHD Awareness month to act! Parents, students and teachers need this news now!
Can you spare 1 minute?
Please choose one (or more) and pass it on!
- When you use Google, click on the +1 button next to sites (like ours!) that you know have reputable information about ADHD.
- Like our page on Facebook and join in the discussion.
- Sign up for our newsletter and forward it to your friends.
- Forward, tweet, or post one (or more!) of the links below.
- Survival tips for college students with ADHD
- How to keep your meds safe away at school
- Resolutions for the new school year
- What you need to know about your legal rights when you turn 18
Thank you for helping us spread the news that ADHD doesn’t have to be a barrier to academic success!