Jason Newman


Jason Newman grew up in a household that had individuals suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and as such developed a keen interest from an early age in ADHD/ADD.

This persistence interest lead him to do intense research on the topic to fine workable processes that would help parents, caregivers and friends of an individual with ADHD/ADD manage their daily lives.

In college he studied psychology and also behavioral therapy and memory improvement among other courses. From the knowledge that he gained from his research and courses he was able to write a number of books on the subject.

He has stated that the research that he has done has made him better able to assist his sibling; who was diagnosed with ADHD and also help him recognize ADHD/ADD traits in others.

Jason experience with ADHD/ADD as allowed him to assist individuals with ADHD get the necessary treatment that they need.

His work on memory improvement has also helped these individuals organize their daily activities so that they are able to function with effortlessness.

Jason is aware that individuals who believe that they have ADHD/ADD find it a demanding thing to deal with and as such explains things as best as possible in this book and his advice can help both individuals diagnosed with ADHD/ADD as well as persons that have to deal with individuals diagnosed on a daily basis.


ADHD In Adults: Am I ADHD? Interactive Questions For ADHD Assessment
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,490. Language: English. Published: August 1, 2013 by Pamphlet Book. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Attention deficit disorder (ADD-ADHD), Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Learning disabilities
A lot of individuals may be familiar with the term adult ADHD but not really know much more about it.

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