One of the pervasive issues facing those who struggle with ADHD is difficulty getting and staying organized. Sharon Sorenson, as a professional organizer, offers training and coaching on the life skills associated with living an organized and productive life in spite of ADHD.
Resource Training and Solutions is one of the service cooperatives legislated in the state. We provide education for parents on a variety of issues. Our classes are open to the community, including those who are court directed to take parenting classes. Although our focus is parents of school aged children, we have parents of children of all ages take advantage of our classes. Parents have come from many parts of Minnesota to participate in the parenting classes. Our agency also offers for our member sites, who are school district and cities, counties and other governmental agencies, cooperative purchasing, health and safety, educational leadership and other professional training as well as wellness programming and health insurance.
ADHD/ADD & Dyslexia Coaching focuses on the specific needs of the person being coached. Like all coaching, it is a supportive, goal-oriented process. The coach and client work to develop the tools, strategies and confidence necessary to help the client reach his or her potential.
The difference between this and your typical coaching process is that I am trained and experienced in working with people with ADD/ADHD & Dyslexia. The focus is on helping that person develop tactics which maximize the talents of their brain and compensate for the individual difficulties the ADD/ADHD &/or Dyslexic client experiences.
Working with a coach adds structures, methods, and practical approaches necessary to meet the challenges of everyday life and excel in their areas of special talents.
St. Joseph MN 56374
CSB/SJU Student Accessibility Services is responsible for developing appropriate accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities. Academic accommodations are made on an individualized and flexible basis. The primary goal of our office is to ensure that all students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in both academic and non-academic campus activities.
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St. Cloud, MN 56301
The Office of Student Disability Services provides access to academic programming and advocacy for students with disabilities in the pursuit of educational goals. SDS is SCSU’s program to provide support service for students with a physical, cognitive or mental/emotional disability. Our goal is to provide facility and programmatic access through reasonable accommodations to allow students with disabilities an equal opportunity for academic success.