About the Center

The ADHD Center of Milwaukee is dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD. As well as providing academic tutorial services, including SAT and ACT preparation using the Princeton Review. In addition, the Center specializes in using the latest technology tools, devices and applications to maximize the learning experience.

Do you or your child struggle with managing time, sustaining attention and following multistep directions? Do tasks like starting or finishing homework and organizing personal items cause you or your child to be irritable? Many Individuals diagnosed with ADHD have weaknesses with Executive Functions and need individualized support and strategies to stay focused, organized and on top of their work. Give ADHD and Academic Coaching a try!

Ann Pieper


Ann Pieper is an ADHD and Academic coach. She develops and implements strategies to help in executive functioning. She works with children, adolescents, and adults. Her approach is individualized and focuses on setting goals and attaining them. Ann has a masters degree in reading and study skills and is well positioned to help you and your child achieve success in school, in college, at work, and in life.

Ann Pieper is the Founder of The ADHD Center of Milwaukee and Cofounder both of the non-profit ADHD America, and the ADHD Parent Support Group of Milwaukee. Through her years as a successful ADHD Coach and educator, she saw the opportunity to provide a more consolidated set of services for the ADHD adults, college students, and adolescents who were in need of services. Ann is an experienced coach and educator with almost 30 years of experience. Coupled with this, Ann was a university lecturer on the neuroscience of learning. Ann received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Ann is a proud mother of 2 young adults with ADHD and learning differences.

Max Pieper

Writing Coach

Max Pieper’s ADHD writing coaching services bring a unique blend of expertise to the table. As a former Dean’s List Journalism student at Marquette University, who graduated Magna Cum Laude and is a current Marquette University MBA student, Max understands the intricacies of effective writing and the challenges that individuals with ADHD often face in this domain. His coaching approach is distinguished by tailored strategies that cater specifically to ADHD learners, ensuring that each session is not only productive but also aligned with the individual’s strengths and needs. Through personalized guidance and proven techniques, Max empowers clients to harness their creativity and overcome obstacles, ultimately helping them unlock their full potential as writers.


Our mission is encourage and enhance the lives of our clients through education, strategies, and coaching. We believe in the unlimited potential of the individual no matter what the learning difference.


To empower each individual with the tools to be successful not only academically and professionally, but also in life.

What is ADHD Coaching?

Students who have been diagnosed with ADHD have difficulty in school from kindergarten through college. ADHD affects all areas of a young person’s life from school to home; whether the ADHD is the inattentive or hyperactive-impulsive type.

According to the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) Subcommittee on ADHD Coaching, “ADHD coaches support their clients in developing a comprehensive understanding of both the nature of ADHD and the impact of ADHD on their client’s quality of life. In addition, ADHD coaches work with clients to create structures, support, skills and strategies. Coaching assists clients with ADHD to stay focused on their goals, face obstacles, address core ADHD-related issues like time management, organization, self-esteem, gain clarity and function more effectively.”

Through frequent contact, weekly sessions (at client’s house, by telephone or via Skype), plus regular e-mail or texting exchange, Ann will guide a client to commit to action. As a sounding board for their experiences, clients will be empowered to move forward in their lives.

While professional coaching is not a substitute for therapy or prescribed medication, Ann believes that personal ADHD coaching is a very effective and important part of the path to success. More and more experts in the treatment of ADHD are advocating for coaching as the piece of the puzzle that has been missing.


Hi Mrs. Pieper!

Just wanted you to know that I graduated a few days ago with an end GPA of 3.6!

Thank you for all the help over the years 🙂 I couldn’t have done this without you!

Maddy Henderson


I met Ann Pieper thirteen years ago, my daughter Dani was eight years old at the time and suffered from ADHD and severe anxiety not to mention she was a full year behind in reading and math. Ann met with Dani weekly and her support and guidance is what helped Dani stay on track and excel. We are so unbelievably lucky to know her she is absolutely amazing. Dani needed unconditional support and nurturing and that’s exactly what Ann gave. My daughter is now 21 and still has tutoring sessions with Ann and she still is so very helpful in her college years.

If you have the opportunity to work with Ann Pieper consider yourself blessed and headed for success !!

She is Awesome. Love her~

Melanie Sobelman


“With a diagnosis of ADD and anxiety disorder, we brought our middle school-aged son to the ADHD Center of Milwaukee for help. Medication wasn’t working. Therapy didn’t help. School pressures on the North Shore are intense. We were struggling to put arms around our son’s condition, and to know how best to help him. While I relied on medical doctors for advice on managing the condition, I turned to Ann for help with time and project management – some pragmatic steps to help make the school day more successful… hopefully.

What we received instead was an eye-opening education into the way ADD/ADHD affects students, how schools react and handle the diagnosis, and what you as a family can do to support your child – comprehensively. Ann taught us about the brain, about diet and exercise, about the school system and accommodations, and she taught or son good study habits. She showed us how early intervention and accommodations set your child up for a fair chance at success later in their academic career. Want a good ACT score in Junior year? Then you need to know how Freshman year accommodations influence that.
To any parent whose child has been given this diagnosis, please do not try to navigate this path without the help of a coach like Ann. While you are dealing with the daily homework and stresses of ADHD, Ann will be looking at the big picture and alerting you to concrete steps you can take to protect and support your child.”

​Elizabeth Setterfield


“Having a child with attention deficit disorder (ADD), I’ve come to appreciate that ADD is more than an individual syndrome; it’s a chronic situation that affects all members of the family in different ways. As a parent, attempting to manage the challenges of ADD left me physically and emotionally exhausted. I felt like I was personally repeating every grade as I worked with my child to help her survive the daily rigors of academic life. Then my family was introduced to Ann Pieper through a friend whose child also had learning challenges. Ann’s professional knowledge and individualized support provided my family with a much needed safety net – we were able to step back and take a breath knowing that the ongoing challenges of ADD were effectively managed through a team approach. ADD will always be a part of our lives, but it does not have to take control of our family.  I firmly believe that it takes a village to manage the ongoing challenges of ADHD and Ann is a vital member of that village.”

Karen Reddin

Columbia St. Mary's

Is Your Young Adult Ready For College?

Did You Know...

  • According to the National Center For Learning Disabilities, students with a mental health disorder or a learning disability have a college completion rate of only 41% compared to 52% in the general population
  • And according to the CDC, the statistics for ADHD are far worse – only 10-30% of ADHD’ers graduate from a 4 year institution
  • The average cost for a 1st year college student in 2019 was $41,468
With this much at stake, do you need guidance, assessments, and strategies to ensure that your young adult is ready for what lies ahead in college?
ADHD Center of Milwaukee has the right solutions for you! We offer Services Such As...
  • Readiness Assessments
  • Strategies For Executive Functioning
  • Advice for parents as to what is needed to be successfully independent at college
  • Consulting on local post-secondary options for students
  • Post Secondary Educational Plans for appropriate accommodations