Q: “My 13-year-old son has been diagnosed with ADHD. He’s been having a lot of trouble going from one thing to another. Task switching seems to be more complicated for him than I would have expected.
When I try to help, we argue. What am I missing?”Transitions are difficult for ADHD brains. Why? What seems like a simple process actually comprises several discrete steps, any one of which could cause a derailment.The first step to supporting your teen is to get to know the different aspects of transitions, as well as the various stages that are involved with task switching.A single transition may comprise all three of these.[Get This Free Download: What Are Your Teen’s Weakest Executive Functions?]There are three stages to each.