All Kinds of News for January 13, 2021
Denver, CO: Along Their Way is excited to announce an expansion of their services into coaching and life skills training for clients with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. As part of her prior efforts to support parents of struggling teens, founder Jamie Blume, a certified ADHD life coach, recognized a gap in support services for teenagers and young adults suffering from ADHD. As a result, Along Their Way proudly added ADHD and Executive Functioning Skill Training (EFST) to its expanding client offerings.
Along Their Way’s ADHD/EFST program now supports teens, young adults, and families as they navigate the complexities and rewards of ADHD. Jamie explains, “Through my work with parents, I recognized that many challenges within the family unit arose from a lack of understanding of the symptoms associated with a child’s ADHD. Our expanded practice allows us to shine a light on areas that previously remained in the dark, thereby helping our clients and their families create safe places for growth and forward action.”
In this expanded practice, Jamie creates an open, positive environment to nurture understanding and compassion and helps clients develop the tools necessary to confidently manage their distractions, hyperactivity, overwhelm, procrastination, and impulsivity. Jamie’s approach allows clients to discover that success lies within them as they face and overcome their ADHD challenges. For more information about offerings at Along Their Way, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (303) 506-5776.
Along Their Way, LLC, empowers teens and young adults with ADHD and life challenges to understand their unique brain wiring, discover their strengths and passions, develop self-compassion, and realize they are in control of the choices they make also remains dedicated to helping parents navigate their way down around, and through the circuitous path associated with a teen or young adult in crisis.