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Dr. Jerome (Jerry) Schultz Ph.D. is a former middle school special education teacher. A clinical neuropsychologist, he serves on the faculty of Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry and has a private practice in Lexington, MA, where he serves as neuropsychological consultant to several public school districts including Newton, Cambridge, and Northborough/Southborough. For over three decades, Dr. Schultz has specialized in the assessment and treatment of children with learning disabilities, ADHD and other special needs. He is an international consultant on issues related to the neuropsychology and appropriate education of children and young adults with special needs. For several years, he was the Expert on LD and ADHD at Family Education, and currently serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal, Academic Psychiatry, as well as the Professional Advisory Board of the Learning Disabilities Association of America. Dr. Schultz's book, Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with LD and ADHD Hate School and What We Can Do About It, examines the role of stress in learning. You can follow him on Twitter and read his blog on The Huffington Post.
Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, PCC, is the mother of 3 complex children, a certified co-active coach, public speaker and writer, and the co-Founder of ImpactADHD®. She provides training, coaching and support for parents at all stages of managing “complex” kids. A graduate of Wesleyan University, CT and the CORO Fellows program, ImpactADHD.com fulfills Elaine's lifelong mission to make a difference in the world in the lives of women and their families. ImpactADHD programs provide guidance for parents, online and on the phone, including videos, home study courses, group and individual coaching. Read more from Elaine on ImpactADHD.com or the www.HuffingtonPost.com/Elaine-TaylorKlaus/
Diane Dempster, MHSA, CPC, ACC is a trainer, speaker, radio show host, Certified Professional Coach, and co-founder of ImpactADHD®. She coaches parents of “complex” kids to radically improve personal and family life, gaining new skills, increasing confidence and learning to use coaching techniques in parenting. Diane received her Masters from the University of Michigan and coaching certification from iPEC. A certified CHADD Parent to Parent teacher, Diane lives in Atlanta with her family. She is committed to living a conscious, balanced and joy-filled life, and helping other parents do the same. For more by Diane, visit her blog on www.ImpactADHD.com