On Saturday, I had the pleasure of presenting a workshop at the CHADD Regional Conference on ADHD in Baltimore, MD. My topic, The Challenge of Life Transitions for Young Adults with ADHD: Coaching Can Help! was of interest to parents, therapists, coaches and doctors. I wanted to share my talking points with you to pique your interest and “nudge” you to start thinking ahead in preparation for college next fall.
Common Issues Facing Young Adults and College Students with ADHD
- Transition to an Unstructured Environment
- Job Search and Workplace Skills
- Time Management Skills
- Financial Responsibility
How Does Coaching Help Teens and Young Adults Manage Transitions?
- Bridge the Gap from Childhood to Young Adult
- Provide a Safety Net for New Life Challenges
- Acknowledge the Balancing Act of Activities and Expectations
- Improve Social skills and Peer Relationships
- Build Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness
- Improve Skills – Executive Functioning
- Offer a New Perspective on the Future
Will coaching be helpful for you, your child, your spouse or partner? If the answer is yes, let us know. We have many resources to help you find the right coach and training programs for those who want to learn how to coach youth with ADHD.