The first year of college can be especially challenging for students with ADHD and other learning differences. Awareness of the difficulties and preparation can make the difference between success and failure during the transition from high school to college.
For a student with ADHD, summer offers a calmer, slower pace, free from the demands of study and homework. Making the transition back into school can be difficult, particularly for college-bound students where the demands and stresses are much higher. Here are some tips to make the transition go more smoothly.
It’s August and school is just around the corner. For lots of students this time of year is filled with anxiety. You know the feeling – that nagging feeling that something’s just not right. Or you are having dreams about … Read More
College is a critical time for students with ADHD. Finding new strategies that work with ADHD is the key to success. We are pleased to announce that a new resource for college students is now available, free of charge! ADHD … Read More
If you or your child has ADHD and is starting to think about finding a college to attend, you’ve probably been Googling “ADHD friendly colleges” and “ADHD college programs” hoping to find the perfect program for your needs. Here are five factors you can use to help you evaluate if the potential schools you find will be a good fit for ADHD.
Virtual schools are on the rise. What was once seen as a second rate degree, a virtual diploma has become far more common place and acceptable a means of education. Virtual schools have even been lauded for lowering dropout rates … Read More
School’s almost out. Everyone has summer on their minds. But have you spent any time thinking ahead to next year’s classes? How about the year after that? The end of the school year is a good time to look ahead … Read More
In the next few days just about everyone will be back in school. Another new school year is underway, and just like January is a time for New Year’s resolutions, lots of students start the new school year with aspirations … Read More
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has long been associated with poor grades, poor reading and math test scores, and being held back. But despite billions of dollars spent on special education programs, the number of ADHD students dropping out of high school … Read More