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The best environment for any ADHD or LD student is a warm, supportive, inclusive environment with excellent mentoring faculty and a student culture of helping one another. Large state institutions usually fail miserably at this. Though there may be some departments in some schools who help them. But generally a small school with those attributes works best. Some schools have excellent tutoring and mentoring facilities. Part of the problem with some ADHD kids is an academic immaturity. They simply dont see the risk of procrastination and disorganization until its too late or causes enormous stress and upheaval trying to scramble and get projects and papers done, or preparing for a major examination, resulting in panic attacks and emotional meltdowns. They normally respond to a more structured environment, not a loosy goosy choose your own lifestyle kind of environment.
The key thing is not to make their goals and objectives too large or ominous. Little steps at a time. Small accomplishments, a lot of praise, and help them to recognize traits in themselves to assist them in warding off the negative tendancies. Its a never ending job.
Keep a close watch on their self esteem so they dont develop a sense of "failure". Every human being has faults and weaknesses. ADHD kids are often very, very social and make friends easily. That is a positive thing and works well in the workforce. They just need help with organization skills and avoiding bad habits (procrastination, anxiety, distraction, not finishing projects).