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Young Adult Well-Being & neurodiversityarticles

Below are the best articles we could find on Young Adult Well-Being and neurodiversity.

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Dear Parents: Your Child With Autism Is Perfect

Children with autism express themselves truthfully regardless of the social consequences. I know, because I am autistic.

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Trapped Behind the Mask: Neurodivergent Student Shares College Pandemic Struggles

While pandemic stress and fatigue have put more stress on college students than ever before, neurodivergent students like Jane, a pre-med major at UCC, especially have had their own unique set of challenges.

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Stanford Program Matches Autistic Job Seekers with Employers

Psychiatrist Lawrence Fung expanded his autism research into developing a program that helps those on the spectrum find jobs.

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“Dear Professors….”: A Letter from Students to Their Professors and Teachers

As an academic coach for students with ADHD, most of my demographic is college-aged, and during this pandemic they have struggled mightily.

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Adult ADHD and Higher Education: Improving the Student Experience

Alex Conner and James Brown explain why adult ADHD is linked to underachievement in higher education and what institutions can do to support better outcomes for those with the condition.

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6 Tips for Neurodivergent College Students Going Back to School

The beginning of the fall semester can provoke a lot of stress, but hopefully this advice can help you thrive this year.

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What Does It Mean to Be an Autism-Supportive Online College?

To effectively communicate with autistic students, here’s what IT teams need to understand to be inclusive.

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How Can We Improve Outcomes for College Students with ADHD?

College students with ADHD face unique challenges—increased academic and social demands; diminished support; and elevated risk for anxiety, stress, and mood disorders—that often lead to adverse outcomes.

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Hansel & Gretel and the Importance of Creative Strategies

When an ADHD brain leaves one task to go to another, and then back again, they may have a difficult time finding their footing in what they were doing in that original task, AND not have the motivation to begin it.

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What Employers Can Teach Schools About Neurodiversity

Thinking differently can be an edge in the work world. Someone with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder may have a drive for novelty that can spark entrepreneurship. And an autistic student’s childhood fascination with games could launch a career in software development.

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