Bridging the Gap – A Campus Survival Guide

On Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 9pm EDT, I have been invited to present a webinar entitled, “Bridging the Gap – A Campus Survival Guide”, for the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA).

In our webinar, Dr. Lisa Mimmo Banister and I will discuss the college experience. It can be very overwhelming for all students, but especially for those with ADHD. So much has changed since their parents attended college, and often, parents are unaware of what can and must be done in order to empower their child to find success with confidence.

Our workshop will provide a survival guide for parents and students once they arrive on campus. The goal of our presentation is to provide clarity regarding academic, social, and environmental concerns. Attendees will be able also to understand how to identify the warning signs of mental health issues that commonly co-occur with ADHD, especially in the college environment.

If you are not a member of ADDA, you might want to consider becoming one today so that you can join us on Wednesday evening. Lisa and I are looking forward to sharing the information and resources garnered from our practices. If you have questions or content you would like us to address, drop us an email, we’d love to hear from you.

Published by leahylearning

An accomplished educational innovator, my professional services span education, counseling, learning disabilities, coaching, mentoring, ADHD, and Autistic Spectrum Disorders. I specialize in problem-solving and success strategies, focusing on the impact of learning processes on people throughout the lifespan: from childhood through professional career development. I consult and train internationally to academic and corporate audiences on topics in education and mental health. In 2014 I co-authored a peer-reviewed medical textbook on ADHD. I am active in multiple educational, charitable, and volunteer organizations, and I am always interested in discussing new corporate and academic partnership opportunities.

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