Your impact on W. has been nothing short of monumental.
He has graduated, he is being courted by high schools, and he quoted you today in regards to one of your awesome pieces of advice.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
yourADDasnwers client parent
Check is literally in the mail, I just put it there. I know you’re taking the summer off with W., but he knows how to find you when/if he starts his teaching career this fall.
Thanks again for having such a huge impact in such a short time.
Bill (father of Master’s Graduate and Teacher Candidate)
I wanted to let you know know I’m doing well. Monthly reports will be finished by Monday. I actually took today off, enjoying some shopping by myself. Finished the book on perfectionism. Thank you for all your help. Not really sure you know how much I needed it.
former yourADDanswers client
I can’t begin to tell you how thankful I am that we met, that you followed up with me and that I finally decided to give coaching a try. I truely do feel like I’m on the verge of finally accomplishing my goals/dreams.
Lollie – The Fortuitous Housewife
writer/journalist/blogger, photographer & ADHD Parent Mentor
DeShawn is one of the most inspiring people I know. She is extremely knowledgeable about ADHD and the coaching process, and possesses a natural ability to “cut to the chase”, see what the problem is, and help you find solutions .
DeShawn is enthusiastic, upbeat, and always insightful. I have relied on her wisdom many times in seeking my own ADD answers.
With a background in education and personal experience living the ADHD life, DeShawn epitomizes the ideal coach. I guarantee that you will get more out of your coaching experience with her than you ever imagined.
I’ve worked with DeShawn as a guest blogger for my publication for Attention Talk News and I have found her blogs insightful and helpful to the ADHD community. Like many ADHD coaches, DeShawn doesn’t look at ADHD as a disability… but as a brain difference that, once “unlocked,” can be used to design a life of deep meaning and productivity.
DeShawn is passionate about ADHD advocacy which is why she writes and speaks on topics including student advocacy, parenting tips, and the importance of understanding brain function in ADHD. In her work, she demystifies and normalizes ADHD brain and works to interpret the role “social context” plays as a stumbling block with ADHD.
DeShawn fully recognizes that when you understand your brain, know the terms you are willing to live by and develop systems that work for you, then you can design a life you are proud to live.
Dig ADHD Coaching, ADHD Coach, Host & Editor of Attention Talk Network