ADHD presents challenges in nearly every facet of life. For a child with ADHD, feeling like they belong can be very difficult.

JMC has worked well for a number of ADHD students, as they learn many of the social skills they need to practice, such as introducing themselves, conversing with others, approaching a buffet table, tying neckties, and eating a formal dinner. These tools give them the self-respect and confidence to accomplish whatever they set their minds to in life.

Children learn how to introduce themselves, converse with others, approach a buffet table, tie neckties, and dine at a formal dinner. These tools give them the self-respect and confidence to accomplish whatever they set their minds to in life.