Many people feel badly about themselves and have no idea why. They don’t want to open their mail or pick up their clothes off the floor. They feel embarrassed because they believe that people around them are lazy, have serious character flaws, or are quirky. They are often unaware that adult ADHD is not the same as ADHD in children. This can lead to them feeling anxious, overwhelmed and powerless.
Heather Brannon, MD draws upon 14 years’ experience in treating ADHD adults. As a family physician with nearly 30 year’s experience, she discovered that ADHD was a common condition and that it could be diagnosed and treated. In 2014, she decided to dedicate her entire practice to ADHD patients and adolescents.
This presentation debuted during TEDxHeritageGreen 2021: TRUTH, held in three short virtual sessions on April 23, 25, and 27–visit for more info. This was a TEDx event that used the TED conference format, but was independently organized by a local group. Heather Brannon is a family physician who has been in practice for almost 30years. She sees both adolescents and adults, and is passionate about ADHD diagnosis and treatment. As a primary care provider in a family clinic, she discovered that ADHD was a common condition. It is a life-changing diagnosis and treatment for patients. In 2014, she decided to dedicate her entire practice to ADHD specialists in Greenville. Heather completed her residency and internship at Womack Army Medical Centre in Fort Bragg. She has also served as a staff doctor in a combat support facility, behavioral science curriculum coordinator and medical director in a family practice residency clinic. This talk was delivered at a TEDx event that used the TED conference format, but was organized independently by a local community. Find out more at x