“Practical Organization and Time Management Strategies for Middle and High Schoolers with ADHD” [podcast episode #186]

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Michelle Cooper and Michelle Grey discuss the most effective strategies to lend a hand middle and high college students stay arranged and manage their time.

Listener testimonials:

  • “Very neatly finished presentation and flow. Loved they finished in time to respond to a number of questions. Got plenty of knowledge out in a brief amount of time.”
  • “I listened with my daughter. It was a good studying enjoy for her on why I have micromanaged her. Hopefully we will get her to do it now.”
  • “I liked the reminders to supply POSITIVE reinforcement to children with ADHD. Also, the significance of fogeys being examples for youngsters. I really favored the positive strategies introduced by way of the experts, thanks!”

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