ADHD Support for You

We specialize in helping people understand and manage Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Whether you’re an adult seeking answers or a parent concerned about your child, we can provide support, guidance, and research-based treatments

What is ADHD?


ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects both children and adults—symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity are associated with it.



Some common ADHD symptoms are:

Being forgetful, having difficulty staying focused, and making careless mistakes often.

Talking too much, restlessness, impulsivity, and difficulty staying seated.

Acting without thinking, interrupting others, and being unable to wait for one's turn.

How We Can Help


We can help you or your child receive an accurate diagnosis through clinical evaluation, including a medical history review and behavioral observations.

It is possible to manage ADHD—our treatment plans are individualized.


Learning reliable strategies for managing symptoms.

Medication Management

When appropriate, we can discuss medication options.

Lifestyle Adjustments

Ways to improve focus and organize tasks.


Information and resources that can help you and your family.

We offer a safe and non-judgmental space where you can openly discuss your ADHD struggles.

ADHD in Children

ADHD often becomes apparent during childhood. It's important for parents to understand the condition, recognize the symptoms, and find the right kind of support for their children. We provide care and guidance to children and their families and help them understand the educational and developmental aspects of ADHD.

ADHD in Adults

ADHD doesn't disappear with age. Many adults struggle with the condition, and it can often be undiagnosed. Adulthood with ADHD comes with its problems, like difficulties at work, in relationships, and managing responsibilities. With proper ADHD management, adults can enjoy fulfilling personal and professional lives.

Get in Touch


If ADHD affects your or a family member's life, please contact us.
We're ready to provide the support needed to manage ADHD/
Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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