10 ways to survive the the time between your child’s college graduation and their first job
College graduations are winding down and we all know what that means; newly minted, unemployed college graduates ready to launch into adulthood. Looking for a first “real” job can be exciting but overwhelming, especially for those who have executive function weaknesses due to ADHD or another underlying condition.
Summer is a great time to develop important executive function and academic skills students need but are not taught in school. Both our small group and one-on-one summer study skills programs focus on building those skills.
Summer is the perfect time to brush up on important executive function and academic skills students need, but are not taught in school. This one-week study skills program will take place in August so executive function skills are fresh for the new school year. All sessions are interactive and creative.