Janice Richey has been working with students with ADHD (and their parents) for over 30 years. She has been the Resource Specialist at Saint Hilary School in Tiburon, California, since 1992 and more recently received her own diagnosis of ADHD, inattentive type, which caused years of life events to fall into place for her. She writes children’s fiction and, besides playing the bagpipes for fifty years, began teaching adults to play and started her own successful group, the MacIntosh Pipe Band. Reading, traveling, parenting and working with students who learn differently are among the activities she most enjoys. Email Janice Richey
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