If you have a loved one suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder you already know how amazingly frustrating it is to work with them. Not only are you frustrated, but chances are very good they are even more frustrated than you. Typically they want to pay attention. They want to do what you ask. They want to sit still, and study, and not bother others, but they are just incapable of doing so. It bothers them as much as it bothers you. So what can you do? Finally, there is an answer that makes sense. The answer is a series of courses in attention deficit disorder. These courses are designed for both the one suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder and for those providing for their care. This is a program designed for everyone involved and will provide the one diagnosed with a set of goals and the means to achieve them. It will also provide the care-taker with a step-by-step process for easing the frustration by using a scientifically proven methodology.