Posted on : 06 Oct 2016 | No Comments
(Dallas,TX 2016) – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD) is one of the most prevalent and misunderstood conditions in the world, according to Sarah D. Wright, ADHD Awareness Month Coalition Chair. “You may not be aware of it, but whether you are affected by it yourself, or someone you love or work with is affected by it, ADD/ADHD has touched your life.”
ADHD Awareness Month is an international movement to educate the public and create greater awareness and understanding about attention deficit disorder. “Our goal is to help individuals learn about this disorder and dispel myths so that people affected by ADHD can seek and receive effective treatment,” said Gerard Jacob, CEO of PeakBrain.
PeakBrain and the ADHD Awareness Coalition will recognize ADHD Awareness Month throughout October 2015 by joining with millions of adults, families, and children living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, as well as health care professionals, psychologists, and other thought leaders, to promote greater awareness about ADHD. ADHD, a neurodevelopmental disorder, affects millions of Americans regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. Recognized widely by medical organizations as varied as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), ADHD causes significant impairment at work, in school, and throughout the daily lives of those affected by it.
Ruth Hughes, former CEO of CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), referred to current research, saying, “ADHD has many faces. It affects people of all ethnic backgrounds and all socioeconomic classes. This is an important month when our community comes together to rally around the cause of ADHD awareness.”
PeakBrain is dedicated to improving brain health for children and adults. Our core services include brain-training through neurofeedback, targeted to the needs of individuals seeking to achieve peak performance and overcome ADHD and other learning challenges. Neurofeedback is based on solid science about brain plasticity with many recent studies demonstrating that it is an effective, lasting intervention for ADHD. PracticeWise, the company that maintains the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for various conditions, has concluded that neurofeedback is a “Level 1 Best Support” intervention for ADHD.
During the month of October, PeakBrain is actively promoting awareness about ADHD through a broad based campaign designed to further educate the public about the condition and new treatments. For more information, research, and solutions for ADHD, contact Leah Looten, Director of Marketing (972-449-0415, email@example.com).
About the ADHD Awareness Coalition: The ADHD Awareness Coalition is comprised of leading organizations in the United States United States devoted to providing information, support, and advocacy for individuals, families, and professionals affected by ADHD. Contact the coalition at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also reach a PeakBrain representative by calling 1.844.732.5966.