• Homes, Home Offices, Small Businesses
Teaching filing systems, storage possibilities, and space planning
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• Work with both Children and Adults
Teaching basic techniques of organization in all areas
• Teach Behavior Modification
Teaching ways to change poor habits into good habits
• New! Virtual Organizing!
Teaching & motivation for those who can do it on their own with instructions from afar.
Described as having problems with focusing or staying on task in addition to other emotional or attitudinal problems, but has nothing to do with one’s intelligence.
Described as having problems with directions (R, L, Up, Down, Front, Back), in addition to other emotional or attitudinal problems. May co-exist with AD/HD, but has nothing to do with one’s intelligence.
• Learning Disabilities
Described as having problems with learning (via sight, hearing, or speech), but has nothing to do with one’s intelligence.
• Mild Traumatic Brain Disorders
MTBD are minor injuries to the brain that cause similar problems for those with AD/HD. MTBD can show up as slow speech or slow cautious, movements. May or may not cause a problem with one’s intelligence.
• Hoarding Issues
Hoarding can be the result of AD/HD where someone does not understand why things have to be put away in order to prevent clutter. OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) is an emotional medical condition and is treated with medications and psychotherapy. If the person with OCD is not being treated it is very difficult for them to let go of any item in their possession, resulting in extreme hoarding conditions.