Adult Students

Adult Students:

  • homework help (time management, organization and completion)
  • self-advocate skills and strategies
  • support to identify what you need to advocate for: adaptations, including access to technology, assignment extensions, and alternatives for exam environments
  • creating the best plan for your education within the constraints of the institution you attend
  • strategies for succeeding in College and University
  • strategies for decreasing anxiety specifically related to ADHD, ADD, and/or Autism

Academic Strategist

Academic Strategists promote academic success by helping students:

-Read and understand course content (textbooks, research articles, PowerPoints, etc.)
-Complete a variety of assignments (essays, projects, etc.)

-Learn or improve:

    • academic self-confidence
    • note-taking skills
    • writing skills
    • studying strategies, test-taking strategies and anxiety management
    • self-advocacy skills

    -Identify and develop key academic skills, including executive function skills such as organization, time management, self-regulation, attention, etc.

    -Use assistive technology effectively

    Grant funding is often available to cover the cost of an Academic Strategist. We can support learners to access grant funding.

    Contact us to set up a free 30 minute consultation.

    Resources and Information About College and University for Students with ADHD