Meet Lisa!

After sitting in countless parent conferences and IEP/504 meetings with frustrated parents, wanting to know why their child could function at school but not at home, or why they were fine at home but struggled at school, it was clear to me that there was something missing. So, I became fiercely committed to making life better and more successful for kids with ADHD at home and school

What I do is different. I provide action plans customized for kids with ADHD. Schedules and routines that are individualized, but simple, flexible, practical, doable, and that actually work.

I have been a school-based occupational therapist for 30 years and have had the privilege of working (and playing!) with over 1,000 amazing kids with ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and learning disabilities. And what I have learned from taking countless courses and connecting with so many dedicated but overwhelmed parents and teachers, is that information overload is real and “cookie cutter” approaches aren’t often successful. I wanted to change that. I wanted to provide information that was meaningful, simple and practical. And that is how ADHD on Schedule was born.

I am deeply dedicated to changing the lives of kids with ADHD.

Let’s make good things happen for your kid!

More About Lisa ... 

  • I graduated in 1992 with a degree in occupational therapy from the University of Buffalo
  • My daughter was diagnosed with ADHD at age 13
  • I am serious about helping kids, but always with fun and laughter- life is too short to be boring
  • My goal for every kid I work with: for them to leave my session feeling even better about themselves than before they came in
  • I live in the Northeast U.S., but dream daily of white sand, blue water, and a hammock between two palm trees
  • My favorite color is fuchsia- it reminds me of my Dad, who loved growing vivid colored violets