Often times, a child with ADHD or ADD have a tough time transitioning from high school to college and other institutions of higher learning. Parents will want to help their child in such a transition, but will want to make sure they are not enabling the distractions that could prevent success at the next level of education.

Every parent wants to help their child, but there is a fine line between helping and enabling.

How can you help a child with an attention disorder, or allow them to find solutions on their own? What are they historically able to do to achieve success independently? How can you identify reasonable expectations? It’s about the process. There is always a solution to the problem that a child with an attention problem struggles with.

Key Takeaways:

That transition to post-secondary education can be difficult for individuals with ADHD or ADD.
A parent can learn to help their children with ADHD or ADD succeed by knowing how to be supportive without being enabling.
Taking a year off before entering college can help someone with ADHD develop valuable skills that will help them to succeed in college.

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