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ADHD Academic Support

build Focus. gain Confidence.

At CarpeDiem, we are dedicated to making a positive impact on your child's life by offering specialized support for kids with ADHD and IEP's.

Through the last 18 years of serving my clients, I have developed a simple plan in helping our struggling youth with ADHD. Listen, I've been through it and I get it. Although there are challenges to ADHD, we help kids see the gifts behind being 'wired' like this. Our comprehensive, holistic approach begins with a thorough assessment to understand your child's unique strengths and challenges. From there, we develop personalized strategies and techniques to help them stay focused, organized, and engaged in their learning.

Our team of experienced educators and ADHD trained academic coaches create a nurturing plan to help your child will build confidence and gain the attributes to get them back on track to thrive academically and personally.

We empower them to push beyond their struggles and harness their full potential to build essential skills for success. With CarpeDiem on your side, you can trust that your child's well-being and academic growth are our top priorities.

                                                                                                                                                             ~Tika Haake, Owner

Students Taking Exams

"In summary, ADHD academic intervention offered by CDA can be a game-changer for students with ADHD. It provides a structured, personalized, and supportive environment that equips these students with the skills and strategies they need to excel academically and build confidence in their abilities."

~ Tom, CDA Parent

ADHD academic intervention can be immensely beneficial for students in several ways:

  • Personalized Strategies: Carpe Diem Academics can create tailored strategies and techniques to address the specific challenges that students with ADHD face. These strategies may include time management, organization, study skills, and attention-focusing techniques, among others.

  • Individualized Support: Each student's needs are unique, and ADHD academic intervention can provide one-on-one or small group support to ensure that the student's specific needs are addressed effectively. This personalized attention allows for a more targeted approach to improving academic performance.

  • Skill Development: Carpe Diem Academics can work with students to develop essential skills such as executive function skills, impulse control, and self-regulation. These skills are crucial for academic success and are often areas of difficulty for students with ADHD.

  • Emotional Support: Managing ADHD can be emotionally challenging. Academic intervention programs often include emotional support and counseling to help students develop coping mechanisms, build self-esteem, and reduce anxiety related to academic performance.

  • Structured Environment: Many students with ADHD benefit from a structured and organized learning environment. Carpe Diem Academics can provide this structured setting, which can help students stay on track, follow routines, and manage their time more effectively.

  • Progress Monitoring: Carpe Diem Academics can regularly assess the student's progress and make adjustments to their intervention plan as needed. This ensures that the support remains effective and evolves with the student's changing needs.

  • Collaboration with Educators and Parents: Academic intervention programs often involve collaboration with teachers and parents to create a cohesive support system for the student. This ensures that everyone is on the same page and working towards the same goals.

  • Boosting Self-Esteem and Confidence: Success in academics can significantly boost a student's self-esteem and confidence. By providing the necessary support and tools, Carpe Diem Academics can help students with ADHD achieve academic milestones, leading to increased self-belief and motivation.

What is adhd and does my child have it?

As mentioned above, ADHD is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects concentration and overall decision-making. ADHD brains function on low norepinephrine and dopamine, which in return makes it challenging for the brain to regulate attention, emotion, and behavior. The lack of regulation in these areas can then be physically observed through impulsive behavior, restlessness, skewed perception of time, hyperactivity, along with poor decision making. With CarpeDiem Academics help, ADHD can be combated by developing the right habits and skills needed in order to succeed. Children with ADHD are naturally creative and can use their skills to their advantage given proper guidance and planning. Simply put, they have to stay ahead of the game and at the end of the day, CDA believes limits have no place in our success equation.

If you feel your child may struggle from these difficulties, please don't wait another day in hopes of things changing on their own. Let us know and we can help guide you into planning out a path for develop new habits necessary to succeed academically.





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