Do you shy away from or feel uncomfortable around someone who has ADHD? Sharon’s conversation with Barbara Ryan Hausman will help us to gain a deeper understanding of what it is like to be someone who has ADHD and how we can come to appreciate their unique way of being.
Barbara is an ADHD Academic Success Coach who works with college students with ADHD who want to be successful in college, graduate, and ultimately pursue their dream job. She helps students reach their academic, personal, social, and professional goals. There is a lesson here for all of us. Why not join us on October 11th as we learn of Barbara’s success stories with students.
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Barbara Ryan Hausman is an ADHD Academic Success Coach who works with college students with ADHD who want to be successful in college, graduate, and ultimately pursue their dream job. She helps students reach their academic, personal, social, and professional goals.
Barbara has been serving students with various disabilities since she was a teenager. She has been a special education teacher in the K-12 public school system and most recently, an administrator in higher education serving students with learning differences. She has trained student teachers seeking special education certification and taught college classes in readiness and student success. No doubt, working with atypical and neurodiverse learners is her specialty. She has been a contributing author to two books on managing your ADD as well as writing a chapter on how to study chemistry in the Handbook for Training Peer Tutors and Mentors.
Barbara lives in eastern Pennsylvania with her husband. They have five children and four grandchildren. In her free time, she loves spending time with family and friends, traveling, giving back to her community through philanthropy and volunteerism, and finding her ancestors through genealogy and DNA research.