Falling Through the Ceiling: Our ADHD Family Memoir, is a poignant book about the challenges encountered by both parents and children as they cope with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

The ADD/ADHD Iceberg
“An iceberg is like a mountain hidden beneath the surface. It’s as if seeing the snow-capped peak is all there is, being unaware that seven-eighths of the mountain is not visible to the eye. Much like the hidden mountain, ADHD traits are often concealed, and because of that, exploration is necessary.” – Audrey

Building a Village
“Recognizing that we want the best for our children but cannot do everything for them, we welcomed support and guidance from others who cared about us all.” – Audrey

The Enable Table
Enable Table are erected in families dilemma-by-dilemma, fueled by low frustration tolerance of school, work, and relationship problems. Helping is part of our DNA, but we do not properly identify and seek treatment for the underlying diagnosis, ADHD.” – Audrey

More Complex Problems with ADHD
“Delay or lack of treatment during adolescence increases the risk of negative encounters with the justice system.” – Larry

For Parents, Lessons from Our Lives
“If two or more professionals are telling you that your child has a learning issue or an attention issue, you don’t need to wait for number three.” – Larry

Advocating for Children with ADHD
“Remember that your primary objective is to do what’s best for your child. Be more concerned about your child’s well being than the label. “- Larry

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