is a 50-year veteran working with those with ADHD/LD.
She is the former Director of Lullwater School and currently the Director of the Community Resource Center that provides the Georgia Area a support system for attention and learning disabilities.
facilitates monthly support groups for parents, adults and women with LD/ADHD.
feels the biggest gift coming from these groups is the wealth of what she
has learned from others.
designs Parent Programs helping them to be strong parent advocates.
Teach has an earned doctorate from Georgia State University, a MS from Purdue and a BS from Wittenberg, has published in the field of learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders as well as for the interactive learning community.
As an ADHD adult, raising a family of four with four grandchildren she
experiences through a lifetime.
In the early 1960's she worked for the Achievement Center for Children at Purdue University and became involved the early ACLD, eventually LDA AMERICA.
Nationally she has served on the ACLD, AIGE, CHADD, LDA Boards, and is a member of IDA, CEC, and ACO.
is involved with CHADD GA, LDA GA, Kids Enabled
, and created GOLD networking the professional community.
contributions to LDAA
involvement in Presidents' Council
, Affiliate Support, Mental Health/Juvenile Justice, Nomination plus LDA presentations.
passion is to make a change in individuals' lives so they may make choices and develop strategies to become successful.