Support For Diverse Learners:
Every year capable students leave college, not because they are not smart enough to be successful, but because they are overwhelmed by a combination of executive functioning challenges and the demands of independent living.
There is a better way: Coaching from academic and college life experts.
Students with ADHD, learning differences, those coming out of specialized schools, or students who had an IEP, 504 Plan, or other learning plan in high school may benefit from additional coaching in college.
Students do not have to identify as a diverse learner to benefit from academic and college life coaching, but for students with a learning disability such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, or ADHD, targeted coaching, scaffolding, and executive functioning support can be the difference between barely surviving and thriving in college.
Learn more about Virtual Hall’s Evidence-Based Strategies.