SFC29 - Planning and setting goals for students with ASD and/or AD(H)D

For whom?

Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder (AD(H)D).

What's it all about?

Students with ASD or AD(H)D often have difficulty planning and organizing their studies. In this workgroup we tackle this issue. By making plans, you learn how to achieve goals and meet deadlines.

Content

You will be given an explanation of what a good schedule should look like and then start planning yourself. Every week you show your schedule for the coming week and evaluate how things went last week. The group exchanges tips to study better and easier.

Starting dates

The course is continuous, throughout the academic year. You can enter at the beginning of every quarter. At the end of the quarter it is determined whether you will continue or stop with the course in the next quarter. In principle, every student participates in at least two quarters. 

You can sign up by making an appointment with one of the student psychologists. Send an email to student.psychologists@tue.nl.

The appointment will be used to determine whether or not the course meets your needs. > Make a Personal Appointment online