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About Burlington ADHD
Adam R. Greenleaf, M.S.Ed. formed Burlington ADHD to address the needs of Burlington, Vermont area high school, college and university students with a diagnosis of ADD or ADHD, a Language-Based Learning Disability (LD) and/or Executive Function Difficulties. Burlington ADHD is dedicated to ensuring the academic success of students while providing an objective means of communication between students, support services, tutors, parents, and medical professionals.
Adam is a Professional Member of CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), LDA (Learning Disabilities Association of America), and IDA (The International Dyslexia Association). He holds a BA from Middlebury College with a major in English/American Literature and a minor in Spanish Civilization and Literature. He received his Masters of Science in Education from Simmons College. He taught at the Landmark School in Prides Crossing, MA acting as Chairman of the Study Skills Department, Program Director of the Pre-College Program, Interdisciplinary Studies teacher, Study Skills teacher, Outreach Presenter for Educators (including the Learning Disabilities Association of Texas) and Tutor of Language Arts. He worked at Southern Connecticut State University in their Disabilities Resource Office tutoring college students with a variety of challenges including ADHD and Language-Based Learning Disabilities as well as students needing help in writing and Study Skills. His work at the Attention Deficit Disorders Institute in Westport, CT allowed him to transfer his knowledge of education research and theory to direct instruction. Prior to returning to Vermont, Adam had a private practice in Fairfield, CT for nine years, working one-on-one with high school and university students and coaching adults with ADHD.
Tutorials are laid-back, but no-nonsense, emphasizing the importance of Time Conceptualization, Study Skills, and the organization of materials and information that can be used across a curriculum.