You have quite the memory! Yes, that is him.
I would no longer say he has written output issues (I think he was just a very late bloomer). He writes really well (it has turned out to be one of his strengths) although he is a little slower at writing than others, and his handwriting is atrocious. <= This is just a OT update
I don't disagree with your post - or anyone elses, for that matter - it is just hard for me to wrap my head around the fact a 16 year old needs help getting to the bus on time. This is a person who can learn to drive, vote in 2 years, go to college, live alone, etc. I guess that just adds fuel to the fire of helping him master this skill.
Jpiper - I do not know if it is a guy thing, but DD (13) has no issues with getting herself on the bus.
That's great about his writing!
Re the bolded - most other 16 year olds have had years of getting up and getting out of the house. We've homeschooled and regular schooled, and they each require different things. And if he has executive function issues (ADHD), he's going to be slower to develop strategies to keep himself on task and on time, and will likely require more explicit coaching than a kid with typical executive function abilities.