Educators & Healthcare Professionals


As a medical or education professional, you may be the first person to notice the symptoms of ADHD in your patient or student. We created this webpage to provide you with the latest research on how ADHD can be managed and treated in your professional setting. We want you to feel confident and informed, so that you can help your client take the next step toward managing their life with ADHD.

The good news is that ADHD is treatable and there are many resources available to help manage ADHD. You can play a pivotal role in ensuring that your patients or students with ADHD are on the right path.

Please call us at 815-477-4727 with any questions you may have. Dr. Neal is also available for speaking and training presentations on ADHD and other related mental health disorders.


Helpful Links

Teaching Students with ADD / ADHD
Suggested Classroom Interventions for Students with ADD
How can Teachers Help Students with ADHD?


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