Abstract

Date Presented 04/23/21

Young adults with learning disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (LD–ADHD) face difficulties managing time in their everyday lives. This qualitative analysis investigates the in-depth experiences of time-related obstacles across contexts and the impacts on mental and physical well-being. Knowledge of challenges and impacts can be used in informing interventions that support the occupational performance of college students with LD–ADHD.

Primary Author and Speaker: Mackenzi Slamka

Additional Authors and Speakers: Rebecca Lord, Raphaela Libunao

Contributing Authors: Jennie Dyer, Melissa Lees

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