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Help your son or daughter with ADHD be more successful in college...and beyond.


Dear Parent:

  • Do you want to see your son or daughter succeed in college?
  • Do you find yourself nagging and micromanaging?
  • Do you worry that he or she won't be able to manage the complex responsibilities of college?


Are you worried that your son or daughter’s ADHD is going to stop him or her from being successful in college?

Here's what I hear from parents all the time:

  • "I'm afraid he's going to drop out...or flunk out of school."
  • “If she doesn’t get an education, she'll have no good job prospects."
  • "Doing poorly in school is really taking a toll on my kid's self-confidence."
  • "I just want my kid to reach his full potential."


"I know what's possible for your child with ADHD."

My focus is to help my ADHD clients achieve what they want in life. I know first-hand that cookie-cutter strategies to solving the problems of ADHD just don’t work. College students with ADHD need solutions tailored to their strengths and weaknesses. That’s where “The College Success System for ADHD" comes in.

After more than 10 years and hundreds of hours coaching students with ADHD, I know what's possible for your son or daughter:

  • feeling a sense of pride because of good grades
  • self-confidence
  • feeling like a success
  • having more career options
  • remembering to get stuff done
  • showing up on time
  • keeping an organized schedule

I’ve helped students with ADHD develop better habits and achieve results.  As a coach and therapist trained in ADHD, psychology, motivation, and behavior change, I know what your son or daughter needs to be successful and I know how it needs to be delivered to get the full benefit.

I have witnessed the struggle and pain that students with ADHD experience as they try to do things that come easily to you and me. I have seen the embarrassment and frustration they live with because they really do try but just haven’t succeeded yet.

Level the playing field so your child can:

  • Effectively solve problems
  • Organize and respond to communications and assignments
  • Reduce effects of distractibility
  • Coach themselves to perform better
  • Get rid of thoughts that sabotage success
  • Focus on approaching problems instead of avoiding them


Do you want to see your kid moving fast toward a bright future? Filled with career opportunities, financial security, and the life he or she deserves?

I'm Sarah Shore, ADHD Coach and creator of "The College Success System for ADHD." I am committed to helping adolescents with ADHD experience more success and reach their full potential. I've developed this expertise over the past 15 years working with adolescents and adults. I started out as a therapist and soon realized I wanted to help my clients develop better behaviors that would lead them to success. I didn’t want my clients focusing on the past. I wanted them to move forward to the bright future ahead of them. So, I left the field of therapy to focus full time on life coaching. It was one of my very first coaching clients that really opened my eyes to the pain and struggle that kids with ADHD experience.


Barry's Story...

When I first started out, I didn’t really think there was much to ADHD. Maybe these kids were a little distractible, a little hyper...but I didn’t see it for the severe condition I now know it to be. Then I met Barry. He was 21 at the time, had been to boarding school and back, lots of behavior problems as a teen, had a few attempts at college under his belt but none completed successfully, and he knew what he wanted. He wanted to succeed in college, get himself together, manage the cash he earned from his part time job as a waiter, and develop his goals for the future. He dreamed of being a photographer.


He was one of the most articulate, talented, and bright 21-year-olds I had ever met...

And his ADHD was severe. It became crystal clear to me that he had trouble focusing during our conversations. I could see him fight to concentrate and stay present in our conversations. I wanted to help Barry and kids just like him. I could see the potential he had. And even more important, he knew the potential he had. I’ll never forget asking him why he wanted to start working with a coach. He said, “I know I’m capable of great things, I just need to figure out how to get there.” This program was born out of my work with Barry and countless other adolescents and college students over many years.

When Barry got the support and structure and tools he needed to really be successful,

  • his confidence shot way up
  • he seemed happier
  • he was proud of himself and his accomplishments

His ADHD had been holding him back but after working on the skills and habits I teach in what is now called "The College Success System for ADHD," Barry really blossomed into the successful 20-something he was meant to be.


The College Success System for ADHD

The College Success System combines daily accountability and structure, daily coaching, weekly live video group coaching, cognitive behavioral homework, and visually interesting educational content for skill development.  Using transformational program design methodology, this system has been developed to create deep and lasting change.


You want your child to shine as brightly as he or she is capable.

Your son or daughter is capable of great things and I want to give him or her the tools to accomplish their goals.  This program gives them dozens of strategies and techniques that are all customizable by the students themselves so that the ultimate solutions come from them! 

The system has proven so effective, and the steps so predictable, I wanted to reach more ADHD students and their families. I know the difference it can make for a student who is struggling.

With "The College Success System for ADHD" your child will:

  • Make small changes that create big results
  • Transform bad habits to successful ones
  • Change lifelong habits and mindsets
  • Achieve self-defined goals
  • Leverage his or her strengths
  • End the cycle of procrastination and avoidance


Learn more about the program here...