Are you a high school, college student or adult with ADD/ADHD, learning or communication struggles? Do you want to feel better? Do you want to be more organized? Do you feel like past negative experiences is halting your potential? Are you beating yourself up? Do you feel stuck? ADHD/ADD is real. Let me help you realize your potential.
It is time to learn how your brain works to soar into the future and get things done so you feel successful.
Do you struggle with ADHD?
Are you having trouble getting started?
Do you feel like you can't succeed?
Do you have trouble meeting deadlines or completing assignments?
Do you have goals that seem out of reach?
Services I Offer
Services I Offer
Ten Minute Complimentary Consultation
Spend ten minutes with Lori to discuss your goals and visions for yourself and your family. Lori will use this information to create a plan to help you achieve them.
Parent Coaching Session
Lori will help empower you as a parent to understand your child's educational challenges and give you the necessary tools to overcome obstacles you or your family may face.
My Coaching Story
Lori Melnitsky is a certified life coach and ADHD parent coach as well as a licensed speech pathologist helping people with challenges move forward to achieving success.
She brings both a professional and a personal experience. She has specialized experience with coaching, is an experienced speech pathologist and is Orton Gillingham trained.
Lori has worked with many teens, parents and adults over a career of over 20 years.
Lori has taught at local universities, led motivational nights to educate people with ADHD, dyslexia and stuttering.
Parents seek her advice nationwide to help navigate and empower themselves to help their children. Lori has family members with ADHD and dyslexia. She knows what it’s like to struggle with missed homework, trouble getting started, missing deadlines and more.
Our household turned upside down and I did not understand ADHD. Once I spoke to Lori who provided parent training and guidance our lives changed for the better. My 15 year old feels understood now and thanks me for not getting angry about missed homework. Lori taught us strategies to overcome this challenge.
Lillian B, Parent of 15 year old ADHD/Dyslexia