This Is Your First Step If Your Child Struggles


Do you have a  feeling in your gut that something is going on with your child that doesn’t feel quit right? Did a teacher make a subtle comment in a parent teacher conference?  Maybe you noticed that your child’s friends are starting to keep their distance?

I’ve been there.  And, I know it can be very hard as a parent to figure out what is a “normal” part of your child  growing up versus what is a real struggle that may need extra support.

Our kids are very smart, lively, and capable people with a mound of potential to do great things in life.  So,  it can be heartbreaking as a parent when we see our child struggling with certain aspects of their life.  Usually it’s not with everything in their life but just a few things that really interfere in their abilities to do well on a day to day basis both at school and/or at home.

If you’re concerned, you’ll want to watch my video about what to do first if you think your child may struggle with attention issues or other factors.

After you take a listen, I would love to hear from you.  Be sure to leave a comment and share your experience and insights about getting to a diagnosis and finding support.

And, if you liked this video, please share this email with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you for your encouragement and support with this project.

With Love,


Advocate, Mentor, Founder of




  • johnny
    December 3, 2015 at 9:32 pm

    My god daughter was diagnosed as very slow 10 years ago and she is 13 now. She has been in special ed and doing okay but is kind of stuck with the special kids where she doesn’t get challenged enough. She lives with her mother who has a serious job where her time is very limited to advocate for her daughter. I help when I can but I need some pointers as to how we can push her to thrive in math and other subjects. Please give me some pointers. Thanks

  • Aimee
    December 11, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    This is a great resource, Kate! So happy to see you out there making such positive strides for children with ADHD! Best of luck with this inspiring endeavor!


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