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How Adults With ADHD Can Be Better at Problem-Solving
Everyday problem solving across the adult life span: solution diversity and efficacy
Then click on the link of the adult learning principle you want to work on. Using a problem-solving approach offers learners the opportunity to use their ingenuity and creativity to solve real life problems in a learning environment. Text alternative. By solving realistic problems, learners can see first-hand the purpose and application of the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are presented in the course. This approach encourages learners to become more independent, creative thinkers and it involves them closely with the topic.
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Problem-Solving Skills for Adults
Everyday problem solving involves examining the solutions that individuals generate when faced with problems that take place in their everyday experiences. Problems can range from medication adherence and meal preparation to disagreeing with a physician over a recommended medical procedure or compromising with extended family members over where to host Thanksgiving dinner. Across the life span, research has demonstrated divergent patterns of change in performance based on the type of everyday problems used as well as based on the way that problem-solving efficacy is operationally defined. Advancing age is associated with worsening performance when tasks involve single-solution or fluency-based definitions of effectiveness. However, when efficacy is defined in terms of the diversity of strategies used, as well as by the social and emotional impact of solution choice on the individual, performance is remarkably stable and sometimes even improves in the latter half of life.
When problems come up in your daily life, are you able to move forward in a solution-focused and thoughtful way, or do you tend to get stuck? For some adults with ADHD , the process of problem-solving becomes so overwhelming—too many options, too much uncertainty—that they have trouble moving forward. Thus, no resolution is reached at all.