I recently read A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D., which discussed the idea that certain occupations are much better suited to a person with ADHD than others. This idea is interesting to me, because my son has not been officially diagnosed, but has all the symptoms of ADHD.
We would like to tailor his education to steer him toward occupations that will take advantage of his strengths, but there is very little information available. Most ADHD literature presupposes a traditional classroom setting and curriculum. The main reason we homeschool him now is because his ADHD made traditional classrooms all but impossible.
So my question is exactly what kind of occupations are better suited for people with ADHD, and why? What would a curriculum look like that was designed specifically to prepare a child for those occupations?