If you have a bright and quirky teen in high school, you may be wondering if they’ll be ready to go to college when it’s time.
Lagging executive function skills, self-grooming habits, or some still-forming life skills may be of concern.
According to Barry Prizant, PhD, autism scholar and author of Uniquely Human and Sharon Saline, PhD, clinical psychologist and author of What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew, there is a myth that our kids need to be 100% independent before setting off for college.
Instead, let’s explore the idea of connected independence and how college students with burgeoning life skills can have certain support in place, even at college.
Take a listen.