If you are a student with ADHD, you are probably spending more time and energy studying for exams than a student without ADHD so as final exams approach, use a study “smarter” not “harder” approach.  Here are some helpful tips that may make the process easier: Communicate with your professor about the exam material:  Is   Read More …

The Shire ADHD Scholarship recognizes and supports individuals with ADHD in the US who are seeking to obtain higher education. The Scholarship includes a $2,000 monetary award and a prepaid year of ADHD coaching from the Edge Foundation to assist in the transition to higher education. Fifty recipients will be selected in 2013, based on   Read More …

In a recent edition of The New York Times Education Life, college students submitted photos that best represented the time they spent at college:  http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2012/04/15/education/edlife/20120408PHOTOBOOTH-1.html These photographs display wonderful visual images of themes of friendship, academics, travel, independence, community, diversity, recreation, and attempts to balance academics and social life. May 1st marks the date of   Read More …

After a mild winter and a few weeks of up and down weather, spring is here to stay in Vermont! Coldsfoot is one of the first flowers to show some color.  Now, the fiddleheads are uncurling, the rhubarb is up, and the loons have returned to their nesting lakes.  Spring is an energizing time– a time for regrowth and renewal, a time to readjust and revive   Read More …