That is untrue, I have ADHD and I graduated 2 years early. ADHD is worked with in Schools so it isnt more difficult and I know many people with ADHD who graduated from top schools like Harvard.
If you read my post you would notice that I wrote,"I am not saying people with ADHD can't do well but it's harder." that is true and you can't deny it. By definition school is harder for people with ADHD. Can they overcome it? Yes. Can people with ADHD do well? Yes. But is it harder? Yes.
And not ever school works well with students who have ADHD. Actually it's been a huge problem because many private schools refuse to deal with the issue.they don't want to pay for special a teachers ect. Public schools are required, but private schools are not. I went to a. Private high school and I haves few friends who had to switch schools.
I never said a person with ADHD can't succeed because I don't believe that. But it is more challenging. That's fact!
Um, Dan does have a mild case of ADHD and some times I wonder about Rupert. Dan does have dyspraxia (not sure if he is also dyslexic) but he's come out with it so people know that there's nothing to be ashamed of. I think Emma would have done the same thing in the same way that Dan has.
For the record, I have ADHD and I'm dyslexic. I've done pretty well for myself so honestly, there's nothing wrong with it. Just gotta learn what helps you.
That's nothing to be ashamed of! I a dyslexic too. A lot of my family is, and I have been a straight A student for most of my life. I have to work crazy hard, but I get through it.
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