Succeeding in College with ADHD [video]

Heading off to college and wondering how you’ll cope with your ADHD symptoms? First, know that you are not alone. Plenty of people who have ADHD or its symptoms have succeeded in college. That includes learning how to deal with issues of time management, emotional and social well-being, focusing in class, doing homework, and taking tests.

With some planning around academics, mental health, and relationships, you can not only survive but thrive in college.

You probably already know that symptoms of ADHD such as distractibility, disorganization, and poor time management can make class time, homework, and test taking challenging, but you’ll find that many of the tools you used in high school will be helpful in college as well.

In “Succeeding in College with ADHD,” Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) details strategies for managing academics, mental health care, medication management, and social issues.  Read the full article on the CHADD website.

Watch this video from CHADD about succeeding in college with ADHD:

Source: CHADD | Succeeding in College with ADHD, | © 2021 CHADD

Do you have ADHD or another learning difference? CHC Care Coordinators can arrange a free 30-minute consultation so you can explore options with an expert. We invite you to call or email us at 650.688.3625 or to set up an initial Parent Consultation appointment. CHC teletherapy services are available now.

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