Adult ADD Solution lets you learn your way
Some experts in the field of education talk about the three main learning styles. Others refer to four categories. Still others have identified eight. According to the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, “There are well over 70 different learning styles schemes (Coffield, 2004).”
And, as the experts at Vanderbilt point out, there isn’t any evidence that working with any of them actually improves learning.
We like the approach taken by Bowdoin, a liberal arts college in Maine that was founded in 1794. They use the phrase “learning preferences” instead of “learning styles.”https://www.bowdoin.edu/baldwin-program/student-resources/learning-styles.shtml
As the experts at Bowdoin explain on their website, “We use the phrase “learning preferences” to refer to a person’s characteristic patterns of strengths, weaknesses and preferences in taking in, processing, and retrieving information.”
If you spend all day staring at the words on your computer screen, you may prefer to watch online videos when you get home. If it’s been a particularly long day, you may even want to give your eyes a rest and simply listen to an audio recording. Conversely, if you were on your feet all day, in a loud and noisy environment, you may be happy to enjoy the peace and quiet of the written word.
And tomorrow, your day – and your preference – might be completely different.
And that’s why the information in the Adult ADD 30-Day Solution is available to you three ways:
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As in so many areas of life, there is no right or wrong choice. All options are equally viable. You may even find that combining them works best for you.
It doesn’t matter how you do it, if you have adult ADD,
the important thing is that educate yourself about the condition.
As Health.com says, “The more you learn about ADHD, the more aware you will be of your symptoms, and the more information you’ll have about managing them.”
Ari Tuckman, PsyD, the vice president of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, told Health.com that, “Learning about ADHD helps you know a little better what strategies tend to work.” Health.com goes on to say, “It can also reduce feelings of shame or blame, [Tuckman] adds, as patients begin to realize that treating the disease is not as simple as trying harder to pay attention or caring more about school or work.”
Noted ADHD doctor George Sachs, of the renowned Sachs Center in New York City, likes to read but he wasn’t satisfied with the books that were available on Adult ADD. “The advice was hard to follow and was clearly not created by someone with ADD,” he says.
Sachs was sensitive to the lack of truly useful ADHD resources, because like so many of his patients, he is living with Adult ADD.
Combining his expertise in psychology with his unique personal perspective, Dr. Sachs developed the Adult ADD Solution. “The tools, tips and techniques I developed for this 30 Day Online learning program have been field tested by me, and my clients. With great success,” he says.