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Success Stories

A letter from adult client, Steve, “My wife and I have noticed a significant change in my behavior and attitude in life for the better.”

All my life I have had the symptoms of ADHD. Issues like not being able to stay on task, difficulty completing things, trouble paying and sustaining attention to details, procrastination, disorganized activity structure, (living life like a game of pinball), forgetfulness, impulsivity, easily distracted by basically anything. Though I liked the attention of being the class clown in school, I had difficulty with following the rules in social situations and staying on track with current conversations. I have experimented with drugs in the hope that they would make me feel calmer and more “normal”, but no pharmaceutical on or off the market worked for me, and I wasted a ton of time and money. Because of this, I suspect that my body...

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From failing to college bound!

I would like to share my experiences as a program manager using Play Attention with one of the teenagers that came to my clinic.

As an ADD kid, Fatima was failing ten subjects in her senior year of high school, which was a bilingual private catholic school with small class groups. In El Salvador, bilingual schools are required to run the programs in both English and in Spanish in some areas, and because of this, children often feel a heavy load on their shoulders. Fatima had failed to pass...

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Kayla made the honor roll!

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...

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Better grades, more confidence, and better test results!

Yosef felt discouraged.  His family had moved overseas at a crucial time in his young life.  Now in high school, Yosef was finding his adjustment to learning in a foreign country to be challenging at best.  Although his parents had taken care to enroll him in an English-language school, mastering a new system of matriculation exams was overwhelming.  Yosef had always had trouble concentrating in class, and feared he would fall behind.

Sue, Yosef’s mother, describes Yosef’s...

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No, Don’t believe in me!

Pat and Jerry  have been seeking outside support for their son, Peter, since he began the educational system. With a diagnosis of ADHD and learning challenges in 2nd grade and oppositional defiance by 7th grade, school became a perfect place for Peter to use his bully protection to avoid the pain of academic failure. In other words, if he got into trouble with his behavior, others might not notice that he had no idea what was being asked of him academically or socially. Peter bullied...

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