- Last Updated on Monday, 02 May 2016 20:43
Lisa Walton was diagnosed at 36 even though her teachers thought she might have ADHD when she started school. Before her diagnosis she tried various jobs: receptionist, data entry, project management, office admin, PA. Dancing was her attempt to not work 9 to 5. She studied for and tried to run her own business.
Lisa has captured her journey from childhood through to diagnosis as an adult in an entertaining and illuminating account. Interestingly Lisa's behaviour at school will resonate for men as well as women - hyperactive, disruptive, excelling at subjects she liked and problematic elsewhere.
Read her fascinating story and how at 36 years old she has found hope for future success at http://m.dailylife.com.au/health-and-fitness/dl-wellbeing/the-diagnosis-that-changed-my-life-20160401-gnwfow