Hey, You! Launches "Get Up... Get Dressed... Get Going..." for Children with ADHD

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Stressful household mornings become infectious fun with an auditory program designed to help kids with ADHD form positive routines.

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Hey, You!

Get Up... Get Dressed... Get Going...

Hey, You! announces the release of its' first auditory program "Get Up... Get Dressed... Get Going..." This program is designed to help families living with ADHD complete their morning routines in a timely, efficient and fun manner. "Get Up... Get Dressed... Get Going..." uses task delineation, multi-sensory techniques, and repetition - all within a consistent home environment - to establish success in completing daily tasks.

Hey, You! programs are not checklists. They are songs comprised of consistent verbiage, rhythm and structured movement. Children need to be taught how to consistently retrieve skills in order to thrive in their daily lives. Hey, You! programs promote additional memory modalities to help the child internalize the skill and have fun in the process.

Hey, You! is the result of Dr. Melinda McNeal's desire to give parents and children tools for learning life skills. As an educator, Dr. McNeal witnessed the impact ADHD had on families' morale and home environment. The goal of Hey, You! is to alleviate the daily stress parents and children encounter and to foster completion of tasks in a timely and efficient manner.

Linda, a satisfied client and parent comments, "What a fun way to put executive functioning skills in play. The music is fun, energetic and the words are easy for children to repeat. Our older daughter has even taught our 2 year old the song and ways to get moving. Thank you!"

“Get Up… Get Dressed… Get Going…” is available for download at http://www.heyyouadhd.com.

About Hey, You!

Hey, You! offers at home solutions for families living with ADHD that help with task completion. Using consistent verbiage, rhythm and structured movement, Hey, You! provides a fun, effective and consistent way for families to alleviate the stress of completing everyday tasks that those without ADHD may take for granted. Our goal is to foster completion of daily living skills in a timely and efficient manner through auditory instructions set to music. The Hey, You! story and programs can be found at http://www.heyyouadhd.com.

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