Balancing Both School and Life

SSGC Balancing Both School & Life (Flyer)

But it all feels like it’s too much…

As children, teens, and young adults go through life, balancing both school, socialization, relaxation, and overall life can become difficult. As they join clubs, sports, debate teams, and whatever else, making sure to also make time for academics and alone time can be difficult. They may feel as if there is not enough time in the day to complete everything that needs to get done, and they may even begin to prioritize one thing over another. They may not do their homework because they have plans with friends or not go to a game because they have a project they need to do. This can then cause them to miss out on certain opportunities because they are unable to balance their school and life to make enough time for everything they need/want to do.

As these progresses, children, teens, and young adults, may struggle with certain aspects of their life. They may find socializing difficult as they get older because they were too focused on their schoolwork, or they may start falling behind academically because they are prioritizing one thing over another. They may also not have enough time to relax on their own, causing them to become burnt out and tired. Finding this balance can be difficult, especially for those with neurodivergent traits. They may not be able to utilize their executive functioning skills to help them achieve this balance, which is why the Support for Students Growth Center helps teach them these skills and how to utilize them.

At the Support for Students Growth Center, we provide the social, behavioral, educational, emotional, and executive functioning skills children, teens, young adults, and their families who may be Neurodivergent or not need for a happy and successful life in and out of school settings. Our team of professionals offers individualized and family coaching/counseling and social skills groups to help teach skills such as how to balance school and life to ensure parents do not have to worry that their kids will be unable to make and maintain a functioning independent life on their own. So, if your child is struggling with skills like the ones listed above and much more, the SSGC is equipped with the tools to help.

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Dr. Eric J. NachPh.D., M.Ed., A.S.D.C., is a Developmental and Behavioral Specialist who specializes in Autism, ADHD and related disorders. Dr. Nach is the founder of the Support for Students Growth Center and College Life Skills Program where he and his team of professional’s help develop the Emotional Maturity, Executive Functioning, Life Skill and Social Abilities of children, teens, young adults and college students and those high school students preparing for college.