Money management can be a serious issue for people with ADHD. A UMASS study (2003/2004) found that 67% of adults with ADHD had trouble managing money. That’s compared to the control group where only 15% had money management problems. An ADHD coach can help you figure out what works with your style, your strengths, and you budget. It can feel like a big financial commitment to get a coach, but the long term payoff can mean getting control of your finances, saving for the future and no more sick feeling every time you get the mail.
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
The results of a new study being released this week at the Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) annual conference in Atlanta demonstrate the effectiveness of a new model of coaching, developed exclusively for and used by … Read More
We hope you didn’t miss last week’s exciting news: The Edge model of coaching has been proven to be effective at improving students’ abilities to study and succeed in school. If you don’t have enough time to read the full … Read More
“We should not only use all the brains we have, but all that we can borrow.” President Woodrow Wilson This quote of Wilson’s is often cited as an inspiration for why teamwork is important. Organizations of all kinds spend a … Read More