People trying to cope with ADHD or Dyslexia benefit enormously from professional support. Your donation will help me raise funds that will give families access to all the help they need. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #MentalHealthAwareness #ADHDDyslexia
ADHD has been described as an invisible condition, because of the way it impacts brain function. Other people don’t immediately see or easily recognize the symptoms. Instead they may see a fidgety, restless, impulsive child who struggles to focus and pay attention.
ADHD has previously been described by those that have it as both a gift and a curse; it can work for you, or against you. However, the developmental trajectory of ADHD is largely dependent on the social, clinical, medical and educational structures put in place to support these children. Because of the risk factors associated with unmanaged ADHD, greater investment is needed to create a paradigm shift in the way we teach, educate and mentor these children.
In Mental Health Month, May 2017, please help me create change for those families that desperately need to access my services but lack the financial means to do so. I want to raise enough funds to provide grants for low-income families so I can ensure every child gets the chance they deserve to reach their potential. Please donate any amount, large or small, and help be a positive vehicle of change!
Here is my personal journey, and the driving force which took me out of a career in property in NW8 and into a career in nutritional neuroscience specialising in ADHD….