Jennifer Childs was diagnosed with ADHD-C as an adult, after navigating through university, building a career, and the early years of marriage and motherhood undiagnosed. She has a Masters's degree in Applied Disability Studies and consults with families and educators privately and in public schools supporting neurodivergent children in Ontario, Canada. Jennifer has recently begun blogging about her experiences as an adult with ADHD balancing work, motherhood, and family life at https://claritythroughchaosblog.wordpress.com/blog/
Jennifer Childs, M.A.
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