JDN Center for Children is founded by Amanda Neadow.
Amanda is a parenting mentor and ADHD and behaviour advocate who is passionate about helping families find balance in the chaos that comes with ADHD and Autism.
Why’s she passionate? Because she’s the mom of two boys with ADHD and she’s read all the books, attended all the workshops and did all the therapy in order to best understand life in her boys’ eyes. And she wants to help other parents do the same.
Amanda collaborates with parents, educators and the community to better understand ADHD & Autism. She is the Founder and President of JDN Center for Children in Perth, Ontario where she supports families and children through 1:1 therapy, parent coaching and community education.
Amanda is a board member of Centre of ADHD Awareness, Canada (CADDAC) and Big Brother Big Sisters of Lanark County.
When she’s not at work, Amanda can be found near a baseball diamond or hockey arena cheering on her boys.