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 The Shire group has just released their latest 2016 scholarship. This scholarship awards $2000 and one year of ADHD Executive Function coaching services from the Edge Foundation. This is a very exciting development for Edge Foundation and students who struggle with executive function issues.


View the full press release here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/01/prweb13152576.htm


Shire Edge ADHD Scholarships

The Edge Foundation is offering a great new webinar series on enhanced driving techniques to teach to teens with ADHD or other Executive Function challenge. This webinar series is open for registration and is especially recommended for parents who have children or teens suffering from ADHD or other Executive Function challenges. Click on the button below to read more information.


Druge abuse is one of the most prevalent issues facing teens today. Marijuana is one of the most accessible and commonly used drugs abused by teens. The struggle is hard enough for parents trying to overcome a child's drug abuse, but it is especially difficult with teens who also suffer from ADHD or other Executive Function challenges. The Edge Foundation has posted a great article discussing marijuana abuse among ADHD teens and what their parents should do. Read the entire article here: https://edgefoundation.org/blog/2015/04/10/adhd-teens-and-marijuana-abuse/ 



The Edge Foundation has posted another great article on the positive effects of exercise and outdoor activities during the spring for students suffering from ADD and ADHD. To read the entire article, go to this link https://edgefoundation.org/blog/2015/02/28/open-your-doors-for-healthy-activities-this-spring/

Young Adults and ADHD