Book Discussion & Signing at Dr. Clifton Smith’s Home

 Circle of concerned parents, educators, physicians, and colleagues who impact St. Louis youth gather to exchange ideas during Book Discussion and Signing at Dr. Clifton Smith’s CWE home.    

Bookstores Carrying Copies of Falling Through the Ceiling

Bookstores Carrying Copies of Falling Through the Ceiling: Our ADHD Family Memoir by Audrey and Larry Jones, MD:  http://enabletables.com/bookstores-carrying-copies-of-falling-through-the-ceiling     Edgartown Books 44 Main Street Edgartown, MA 02539 http://www.edgartownbooks.com 508.627.8463   Bunch of Grapes Bookstore 23 Main Street, Vineyard Haven Martha’s Vineyard https://www.bunchofgrapes.com 508.693.2291   Wesleyan College Bookstore 413 ..Continue Reading

Women In Vision INC Conference

We had a chance to present FALLING THROUGH THE CEILING: Our ADHD Family Memoir at a transformational event this past Saturday, the Women In Vision INC Conference: UNVEILING GOD’S MASTERPIECES. In keeping with the purpose of the conference, we imparted our knowledge and experience with ADHD to conference-goers through our ..Continue Reading

Falling Through the Ceiling: New Memoir Discusses ADHD in African American Families

New Memoir Discusses ADHD in African American Families Falling Through the Ceiling: Our ADHD Family Memoir offers a poignant look at the challenges encountered by both parents and children as they cope with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Authors Audrey R. Jones and Larry A. Jones, M.D., are candid about the ..Continue Reading

Joe Madison – “The Black Eagle” with author Larry Jones at LOLA’S on Martha’s Vineyard.

Joe Madison – “The Black Eagle” with author Larry Jones at LOLA’S on Martha’s Vineyard.  

CLOSING THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE: ONE CHILD AT A TIME

The School-to-Prison Pipeline is a deliberate, planned process that pushes students from school to the criminal justice system, based on the “zero tolerance” policy of most school districts. School administrators have nearly unlimited discretion in the application of discipline. All too often school districts have decided to use police to ..Continue Reading