According to a Pew Research Center report, “91% of American adults own a cell phone and many use the devices for much more than phone calls.” The report indicated that 50% of American adults download apps.
As cell phone companies continue to merge savvier technical apps into its culture, many cell phone users are not aware of all apps available to them.
Dr. Kevin Ross Emery, a “leader, innovator, author, teacher, synergetic catalyst, speaker, and expert in the Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Hyperactive Disorder (HD).” field, presents a ground-breaking app that reveals individualized gifts and advantage of children living with ADD or HD. This app provides conscientious parents, educators, and other caregivers with a more comprehensive and unbiased understanding of ADD and HD at large that negates common unfavorable labels and restrictive predispositions.”
“Unlike other apps on the market that are self-diagnostic or generalized surface-level advice in nature, the pioneering Managing the Gift App goes well beyond with highly detailed, custom-tailored reports that help caregivers understand precisely how to best parent, guide, support, feed and educate each specific child living with ADD, or HD.”
This app offers a proprietary personalized “Paint your Child’s Portrait,” interactive tool that reveals and defines a child’s distinct ADD or HD personality.” The results allow the caregiver to recognize behavior, and utilize the information to make critical decisions regarding guidance that may ensure the child flourishes.
In addition, to “Paint your Child’s Portrait” and related reports tool, the Managing the Gift App also offers direct access to informative instructional videos, books, and other highly vetted caregiver resources as well as relevant news and information feeds about ADD.”
Dr. Emery’s has written a book, “Managing the Gift of your ADD/HD Child” and “Managing the Gift: Alternative Approaches to Attention Deficit Disorder” are built upon more than 15 years of experience working with individuals of all ages living with Attention Deficit Disorder – and a lifetime of personal experience dealing with it himself.
Don’t allow criticism from parents, teachers, and others who may not understand the disorder, and who perceives the disorder as laziness, bad behavior, or a lifetime emotional problem. As with any medical issue, those concerned about the diagnosis, treatment and/or management of ADD or HD are encouraged to speak to their physician.
The Managing the Gift App is compatible with any iPhone®, iPad®, or iPod® Touch with iOS 5.1 or greater and is available for free in the iTunes Store. The optional "Paint Your Child's Portrait" feature reports are offered through the App for an additional nominal fee.