Hi! I'm new to all of this and this is my first post. I have an unmedicated 16-year-old daughter with ADHD. Once she was diagnosed, I met with her school personnel to make them aware of her diagnosis. I was expecting to come out from that meeting with some kind of guidance, assistance in which the school, my child, and I work together to help my daughter to succeed at school. Instead, I felt as my daughter was blamed for not getting things done and for her academic struggles. That meeting was useless to say the list. The bottom line, the school did not offer or provide any support or guidance to help my child. Now, my daughter is about to start 11th grade. This year is the time to get her ready for college. I'm afraid that if I don't do something now to improve her academic performance, her academic dreams will be in jeopardy. I don't know what resources are out there in the state of GA to support children with ADHD. The school year is about to start again and I really, really need some guidance to help my daughter with her academic struggles!