Today’s article is actually a video interview with one of my past clients and course members, Noel Jones. Noel discovered she had ADHD when she was 48 years old.
She worked hard to manage and treat her ADHD symptoms, yet some of her challenges weren’t improving.
That’s when she discovered she had a co-existing condition… two binocular vision disorders she’d been living with since birth.
Like other co-existing that live alongside ADHD, they can camouflage and mask each other,
There are some co-existing conditions that we know often go hand in hand with ADHD, such are anxiety and depression, but vision disorders are rarely talked about.
This is why Noel wants to share her experience and the knowledge she gathered to help other ADHDers who might also be living with vision disorders.
Noel’s vision disordered was the root cause of her lifelong struggle to read charts, forms, instruction manuals, financial statements, new websites, apps, and technical writing where boxes and lines break up the text. Big patches of blank space were also problematic.
In this interview, you’ll learn…
- What lead Noel to start researching the possible condition she might have in addition to ADHD.
- How she went about that search (it’s not easy when you don’t know what you are searching for)
- How she felt when she was diagnosed with a vision disorder.
- What the next steps were after the diagnosis.
- What can you do if you find yourself in a similar situation.
- And of course lots more!