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Explore. Discover. Take Flight.

Are you and your family overwhelmed by challenging aspects of your child’s AD(H)D? Are you ready to conquer these challenges and provide a more fulfilling life for you and your family?

With personalized coaching, Robin Storfer of Take Flight Coaching is here to help you do just that! Robin’s familiarity and personal experiences with ADHD allow her to create a program specific to your child, your family and your situation. You and your child will learn skills and methods of managing AD(H)D and together your family will “take flight” confidently into the future!

“I believe people are capable of living a life that honours their passions.”
Robin Storfer

Robin Storfer


Examine the many faces of AD(H)D – build on the positives and manage the difficult aspects, Obtain a new perspective on personal challenges and learn to maximize your time and energy, Plan your families goals, values, and mission.


Establish and optimize systems and tools that simplify and improve your family life, Learn about and build on your child’s strengths; create responsibility and accountability to stay on task, Recognize your child’s potential for success!


Acknowledge and celebrate successes, Build pride and self-confidence, Use your child’s accomplishments as a point of departure to future success!


ADHD Coaching with Families

My focus is to help you learn about AD(H)D, give guidance and support, help navigate the journey and work with you to manage issues that are occurring or arise. With my practical suggestions you and your family can help your child define and achieve success on a day-to-day basis.

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Coaching Kids with AD(H)D

My focus is to help your child overcome obstacles and succeed in reaching their goals. I work with your child in order to get to know them and discover their strengths, challenges, learning styles and routines. Working together with you and your child we then define and set goals and action plans to help your child achieve those goals.

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I believe that a great coaching experience is based on the trust of the relationship, an openness to the process, and one’s commitment to results. Part of what makes a great coach is not that the coach necessarily has all the answers to a client’s problems — but that the coach has faced some of the same life or career challenges, and has come through wiser, stronger and able to share the benefit of these life experiences with her clients. Coaches are people who know how to be open to a process of continuous learning, curiosity and self-discovery, and they are adept at teaching their clients how to apply those same qualities in their own lives.