Join Edge Foundation Board Member, Dr. Patricia Quinn, at the National Resource Center on ADHD’s Ask the Experts! chat. This month’s topic: Treatment for Women and Girls with AD/HD. When: Wed., Jan. … 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
Going to college when you have ADHD is challenging. It’s nice to see that people are starting to talk about it. Two recent articles, 18 Critical Factors For Successful Post-Secondary Transition by … Read More
Many girls with ADHD are left undiagnosed because their symptoms look different. One big difference is that girls are less rebellious, less defiant, and generally less “difficult” than boys. Sadly, they lose out due to their good behavior. Girls with ADHD are more compliant, and are not as easy to spot. Often they are left to drift along from one school year to the next, never working up to their potential and suffering silently. In this interview, Dr. Patricia Quinn discussed the challenges faced by girls with ADHD.
Editor’s note: This college readiness checklist included in yesterday’s interview with Dr. Patricia Quinn deserves to be repeated and stand on it’s own. “To ensure success, students need to make sure that … Read More