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ADHD Time Management Techniques for College Success

Missed deadlines? Poor quality of work and assignments? Inequality at school? Poor time management is the key. Don’t give up. Here are 10 tips to turn things around. Going to college is challenging, especially for people with ADHD. Unstructured time is great. Well, as time passs they’re less likely to notice that unscheduled time is […]

10 Tips to Stop Summer Learning Loss

The time has come around again. Summertime. Recent analysis shows that most teens with ADHD and Autism (ASD) lose 2 to 3 months of academic skills. Fortunately here are strategies to prevent losses. There are also specific ones based on the disability as well. Here we go! The brain is a muscle. You must exercise […]

Autism + Journaling = Empowerment

Difficulty interpreting social cues? Preoccupations with certain topics? Difficulty relating emotions? They’re symptoms of teens and adults with Autism (ASD). An innovative solution is journaling. US Autism rates have increased by 10% in 2020. This is due, in large part, to the fact that it can be diagnosed as early as 24 months of age. […]

ADHD in Women: The Signs You Need to Know 

Women with ADHD are a mystery. Why? They’re quiet. Suffering from within. What can we do for them? ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder. While it is growing for males (12.9%), only 4.9% of women are diagnosed. This is because females develop better coping skills. Lack of concentration Trouble making friends Distractibility Anxiety/depression Daydreaming Traveling back […]

ADHD Kids Running Wild? Practice Mindfulness.

People with ADHD are notorious for impulsivity, hyperactivity, and inattentiveness. Other characteristics make it even less tolerable. One solution is mindfulness. Mindfulness is all the rage. What is it? It’s a technique that focuses on your awareness of the present moment. It calmly acknowledges feelings and thoughts. It hones self-control and maintains self-regulation. Mindfulness can […]

Is Your Autistic Child in College? Use These 5 Tips.

Do you have a college student on the Autistic Spectrum? Want answers to your problems? Give your kid some responsibility. Autism (ASD) is more prevalent in the United States than 10 years ago. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) determined that 1 in 54 children are diagnosed each year. 31% of people with Autism have […]

Change Your ADHD Brain. Play Chess.

Reasoning and logic aren’t a strength for people with ADHD. They need to catch up with their peers. Playing chess is a great way to do it. Fun too! The United States ranks 24th of 29 developed countries in critical thinking. Problem solving is a particular concern. This is a result of deficiencies in working […]

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ADHD & Autism: 5 Tips to Success in Upper-Level Math

Can our teens with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) be successful in upper-level math? Yes. They just need the right instruction. High school students with ADHD and Autism often struggle in math. From early elementary grades, their math skills are unstable. The deficiencies can last through high school. Fortunately there are strategies to help […]

5 Tips to Improve Cognitive Function in College Students with ADHD

Any idea as to why our college kids with ADHD are spaced out? It might be limited cognitive functioning. Cognitive functioning is a thought process that should not reduce mental abilities. Multiple mental abilities such as thinking, learning and attention should be automatic. These are not strengths for college students with ADHD.  Challenges Organizing Decision-making […]

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Mainstreaming

Where will your teen with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) be placed? Possibly mainstreamed. Teens on the Autistic Spectrum can receive instruction in several learning environments, The process is outlined in IEP guidelines. The major factor in determining where your child will be taught is “least restrictive environment” (LRE). General education with support General education without […]

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