Managing ADHD begins with information

At Creekmore Clinic, we are all familiar with the signs, challenges . . . and triumphs regarding ADHD. We provide this page to allow information regarding innovative technology from QBTech that aids greatly in ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Please take a few moments to read more.

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  • The bumpy road to success - Jannine's story (part three)

    Now, on her third master’s degree, Jannine understands what it takes to create the right environment for success for those with ADHD. In this feature we learn more about why she has dedicated her career to help people thrive and how coaching has been beneficial to her clients.

  • From ADHD diagnosis to coaching - Jannine's story (part two)

    Having lived experience of ADHD and working as a teacher for many years, Jannine Harris knows what she’s talking about when it comes to neurodiversity. With ADHD Wise UK, she’s helping others to achieve their goals through coaching. In this feature, we find out the hurdles for those with ADHD and how coaching can make a difference.

  • Being 'brutally honest' - Jannine's story (part one)

    Diagnosed with ADHD herself, she understands the unique challenges faced by people with the condition and she now uses this knowledge and experience to help others. In 2019 , Jannine left her teaching job to set up ADHD Wise UK, supporting clients to optimize their lives through coaching, professional parent training and workshops. In her own words, Jannine is “brutally honest and open about her life with ADHD” and in this feature she shares her own story of living with ADHD.

  • ADHD and ODD - what's the treatment?

    It is imperative that a child with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) receives the treatment they need as soon as possible, as ODD in particular has a deleterious effect on their relationships and future development. But how can these children be supported most effectively? And why does a timely approach matter? Dr. James Wiley explains.

  • ODD - a problem of misdiagnosis?

    Often children who lash out or refuse to follow direction are thought to have Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), which is characterized by a pattern of negative, hostile, or defiant behavior. But there are a number of other issues that could lead to a child being oppositional or out of control in school or at home. Dr. James Wiley explains why it is so important not jump to conclusions too quickly.

  • Is it ADHD or is it ODD?

    Many ADHD and behavioral professionals are stressing the importance of knowing that children with ADHD are at an increased risk of developing Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD). This is so vitally important because when this occurs, the long-term outcomes for children are likely to be much worse than for a child suffering from ADHD alone. Today, Dr. James Wiley will highlight the ODD symptoms we should be aware of and what challenges are involved to distinguish the two disorders.