From Kayla’s mother, Sonja:
From a very early age, our oldest child Kayla seemed to have trouble concentrating. She was always very bright, and a fast learner, but anything could distract her. Her train of thought would jump from one thing to another so fast and so frequently, that sometimes it was hard to understand her.
When Kayla got to kindergarten, this became a real problem. When it came time to sit down and do her school work, she just couldn’t. Again, we’re talking about a really smart little girl! But if the assignment was boring, it was so hard for her to focus on it that she would get frustrated and even start crying.
It go so bad that her kindergarten teacher was sending us emails at least once a week, and...