Have you ever been so far behind you considered dropping out? If you have ADHD, you aren’t alone. Students who have ADHD are much less likely to finish college than their peers. No one is keeping track of whether or not you come to class. It’s a time where you need solid skills in time management, organization and self discipline. Unfortunately, if you have fallen too far behind in your school work, you may not be able to avoid dropping out, but there are some important steps you can take right now to help get you through this difficult time.
A lot of people find our site while searching for an ADHD-friendly college. Parents hope to find the perfect program to take their place when their son or daughter heads off to college. There are a host of factors that parents use to judge if a school is appropriate: cost, size and location. There are 5 other criteria you can use to determine if a college is a good fit.
We’re pleased to announce About.com has posted an interview with the Edge Foundation. The article explores how coaching can help high school and college students with ADHD reach their full potential. ADHD … Read More
Editor’s Note:Our last blog talked about how ADHD has impacted Jesse in school.This one explores how coaching has made a difference in his life.For more information about how an Edge ADHD Coach … Read More
Edge ADHD coaches are trained, experienced, dedicated professionals who have a passion for helping young people with ADHD succeed. All our coaches either have ADHD themselves, or love someone who does, so … Read More