Teresa is the founder and editor of the award winning ADHD blog, Primarily Inattentive ADD. She has published hundreds of articles on the topics of parenting, health care, and ADHD. Tere-sa writes about ADD and ADHD from both a medical and a personal perspective. Her formal training includes a Master's degree in Public Health and an undergraduate degree in Medicine. She has worked as a Primary Care Physician Assistant for adults and children for over 25 years.
Teresa had the symptoms of Inattentive ADHD as a child and now has one biological son with Predominantly Inattentive ADHD and one adopted son with Hyperactive/Impulsive type ADHD. She has first-hand experience dealing with the symptoms of ADHD as a parent of children with ADHD, a health care provider and a person with symptoms of ADHD.
In addition to her blog, Teresa has published the books, Ten Tips to Help Your ADHD Student Succeed and Commanding Attention: A Parent and Patient Guide to More ADHD Treatment.
Teresa has a large, extended family that is a big part of her life. When she is not fishing on Flori-da's Forgotten Coast, she lives with her two boys and her spouse in Georgia. You can contact Teresa at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where to find Tess Messer online
Ten Tips To Help ADHD Inattentive Students Succeed
Social and academic problems can make kids with Inattentive ADD struggle at school. Students with attention deficits do not only perform poorly, they dread the classroom. This book contains ten tips for parents and students with ADHD Inattentive type that will help them to have more success at school, on the playground and in the classroom
Commanding Attention: A Parent and Patient Guide to More ADHD Treatment
Are you a parent or caregiver of someone with a diagnosis of ADHD? Are you wondering if medication is the only treatment that will help this condition? Are you looking for other treatments that may enhance the medication that you have been prescribed? In Commanding Attention, author Tess Messer provides detailed descriptions of the benefits of other safe, affordable, and effective treatments.
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