College students with ADHD often suffer from dysgraphia. This learning disability in writing makes academics difficult. Accommodations and modifications provide opportunities for success. Self-knowledge helps them to figure out which supports they should use. Low-tech and technology provide many options.
Estimate: 1 in 54 children in the United States have Autism. Do “our kids” on the Autism spectrum have vocabulary problems? Maybe yes. Maybe no. It depends on how you define it. I found 3 definitions on Dictionary.com. The body of words used in a particular language. Words used on a particular occasion. The body […]
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. […]
Time out of hand, papers everywhere. Assignments late or undone. There are definite ways to make a change. The question is: What are they? College students with ADHD often have a severe impact on their studies. Inattentiveness leads to a disorganized writing process. They struggle keeping ideas in their mind long enough to remember what […]