October is the ADHD Awareness Month and our 2016 theme is “Knowing is Better.” It’s better for parents to know that ADHD might be part of the picture so they can seek out the help their children need; it’s better for young adults to know about their ADHD so they might arrange for appropriate accommodations in school or the workplace; and it’s better for adults to recognize their ADHD instead of feeling destined to a life of underachievement and frustration.
I am writing this post because my post The Secret To My Success got a lot of notice not only in my Golf world but also in the Public realm too! In fact I was honoured to have been selected by Readers Digest Canada as one of 3 Canadians profiled as Adults diagnosed with ADHD and have been successful in their occupation.
I believe that I am NOT the only one who recognizes that having ADHD can affect your life in many different ways. Click this link to see the Readers Digest Article
If you have any questions or would like to discuss it further please don’t hesitate to contact me.
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