Meet the professionals who are part of AD/HD Resource Group of Northern Virginia.
C. Adams Consulting Services L.L.C.
Contact: email@example.comConsulting with parents, educators, organizations and entities seeking resources, information and guidance
related to issues associated with AD/HD. Services include: parent information about IEP and “Section 504” eligibility
requirements and procedures; independent case management; organizational and behavioral techniques often found effective for
students with executive function deficits and AD/HD. Referral and resource information available upon request. Workshops and
trainings on the impacts of AD/HD are also available.
Nancy Katz, LLC
Working together with AD/HD, traditional and alternative-school students
to discover individual learning styles as well as determine and organize priorities and set short and long-term goals for
school, home and leisure time.
Robyn Honiberg, M.Ed
Advocacy and Education Consultant
Phone: (703) 295-0844
Website: www.specialeducationadvocate.comExtensive knowledge of special education laws and eligibility process leading to successful development
and implementation of highly effective, innovative IEPs/504 plans. Outstanding track record securing services and accommodations
in both public and private school for children with ADHD. Effective liaison between parents and school personnel. Conduct
site visits and classroom observations leading to recommendations for initial and/or updated IEPs of 504 plans. Almost 10
years experience at Children's Hospital as an Educational Advocate.
Phone: (703) 803-6594
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgCoaching for adults and teens to support the process of getting evaluated for AD/HD, learning differences
and related conditions. Research and resources are sorted out while momentum is created for individual goals. The gifts of
AD/HD are embraced and the challenges managed in a partnership using education, observation, and customized proven strategies.
Anne S. Roberts, MA
www.BrainRelief.orgAnne S. Roberts, a retired middle and high school teacher, works with underachieving AD/HD and gifted
teens to improve academics and relieve stress and conflict. She works one-on-one or in small groups to identify and
work with each student’s strengths and weaknesses. Students work on strategies for
Avoiding perfectionism and procrastination
Executive Function: Goal setting, planning, organizing, prioritizing, and time management
Study skills and using a planner
Self-advocacy, life and social skills
Initiative, creativity, and innovation
Writing, speaking and listening skills
Effective learning while building self-confidence and self-esteem