Your Daughter and Attention Deficit Disorder …Here’s How We See It at Columbus Girls Academy.
We can help your daughter who is struggling with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), a behavior pattern seen as the lack of ability to stay on task, with trouble in controlling emotions and staying still, when compared with the general population. This behavior can hinder your daughter’s ability to finish her work, and function successfully in society.
If your daughter is easily sidetracked, has poor organizational skills or jumps from one unfinished assignment to another, she may well be facing the problems of Attention Deficit Disorder.
This is Why We’re Here…to Help Girls with Attention Deficit Disorder
Because it’s so easy for girls with ADD or ADHD to be distracted, a large percentage of girls fail to finish high school, or don’t get the kind of grades needed to go on to a good college. While your daughter may not completely outgrow her symptoms, she can certainly learn strategies for success, even as a teenager. You don’t want attention deficit disorder to control her life.
CGA is a Christian boarding school for teenage girls suffering from life-controlling problems like ADD and ADHD. We present a structured and controlled therapeutic setting that focuses on whole person character development with spiritual growth, and balances discipline along with personal responsibility in a positive peer culture. We know how to help girls with ADD finish up their education and we teach them strategies to focus better on the important things in life.
For parents who have tried every option available, we offer an early intervention program for your daughter before she becomes an adult trapped in a dysfunctional lifestyle, controlled by ADD and ADHD.
We provide both individual and regular group counseling, set in the peace and tranquility of our 200-acre campus. Our program is recognized by organizations that sustain the educational standards demanded by colleges and universities. We will tailor our program for your daughter, so that she might refocus and assess her life decisions.