1. Find the best college fit for your student. This doesn’t mean pursuing the highest-ranked or most prestigious schools.
It means researching course offerings, requirements, and available waivers. It also means contacting the disabilities office and discussing accommodations such as:[Get This Download: The Daily Routine that Works for Adults with ADHD]2.
At the outset of each semester, gather your syllabi, lay out assignments on a master calendar, and look at the entire semester.Read more on additudemag.com