Published authors with a mission to serve
Dr. Larry and Audrey Jones are authors, parents of ADHD children, and mental health advocates. They formed Enable Tables Media, Inc., 501(c)3 to teach parents and educators how to support, motivate and instruct ADHD children to perform well in school and live stable, productive, and resilient lives.
About Enable Tables
Enable Tables Media, Inc. is a North Carolina Not-For-Profit Corporation with a 501(c)3 designation.
The Executive Director, Larry A. Jones, MD, MBA, is a Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medical School graduate. He is a Twice Exceptional individual who completed his medical education and practiced pediatrics before he was diagnosed and learned to manage his own ADHD. During his 25 years in a private practice, Dr. Jones focused on managing ADHD in his patients. His second career was as a medical executive and national environmental advocate after receiving his MBA from Washington University. Currently he is a Certified ADHD and Life Coach practicing in Charlotte, NC.
With his wife, Audrey Robinson Jones, MA, MBA he is the parent of three ADHD gifted sons. Together, they created their platform for guidance by writing and publishing “Falling Through the Ceiling: Our ADHD Family Memoir”.
Mission & Vision
Enable Tables Media, Inc., 501(c)3 will teach, guide and support students, families, and educators to build villages to success and resilience through education with the support of coaching using multiple media.
What we do
2. Develop educational products
3. We support existing village-building organizations to reach our shared goals
The Enable Tables 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. The more we help and protect we become addicted to the action, but the enabled suffer the consequences including, poorly developed executive functions, substance abuse and legal difficulties.