This month we are pleased to feature an interview with Robert Tudisco, Edge Foundation Board member. Tudisco is a practicing attorney, an adult diagnosed with ADHD and has served on the Board of Directors of CHADD and ADDA. As a … Read More
One of the things that many ADHD publications advise at this time of year is to start the year off by letting your professors or teachers know about your 504 accommodations. Accommodations are alterations made in the classroom that students … Read More
Editor’s Note: This answer to month’s Ask the Coach question was provided by Candace Taylor and Edge Executive Director, Robert Tudisco. Dear Coach, Why should I hire a coach when everyone says I need a tutor? Signed, Ready For Help … Read More
Editor’s note: legal information in this article provided by Edge Executive Director and nationally recognized author and lecturer on special education law, Robert Tudisco. Going off to college and becoming independent is difficult for everyone. There’s so much to be … Read More
Last week we spoke about how to become a better legal advocate for yourself. Part of that process is gaining an understanding of all of the terminology that surrounds special education. Here’s a list of the most commonly used terms … 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.
The end of the school year is right around the corner. This is a time of year that many student’s IEP or 504 meetings are scheduled. Before you head into your meeting, take a few minutes to plan out your … Read More