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How to Have College Success with ADHD

Is college success possible for you or your child with ADHD? The answer is a resounding, “Yes.” Recently, our President, Dave Bratcher, was asked to contribute to an article featured on You can read the full story here.

As COVID-19 continues to make the future of college classes uncertain, there are many things you can plan for. The big idea is K-12 educational frameworks do not apply to higher education in the same way. There are several differences you need to understand in order to navigate through the transition.

Online education is definitely convenient and accessible, but can college success with ADHD be achieved without a physical classroom. The short answer is yes, but it is definitely different.

Leave a comment below if you or your child have been down this same road. What were your challenges/successes?

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