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Coaching Students: What Research Says

“How do I know if ADHD coaching will work for my son?” the mother of a college student recently asked me. 
I told this mother that it’s difficult to predict exact outcomes of coaching for a specific student.

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Posted in ADD, ADHD, coaching, college, high school, research, student


This week, the Edge Foundation released results of the largest research study to date on coaching for young adults. The study was conducted by researchers at Wayne State University, and the coaches were from the Edge Foundation, with which I am affiliated.
A total of 127 college students participated in the study and were randomly assigned to either the treatment group (coaching) or the comparison group.

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Posted in benefits, research