CRG’s Postsecondary Disability Specialist and ADD/Life Coach, Dr. David Parker, was invited to visit Kuwait last month. The Kuwait Association for Learning Differences (KALD) supports the development of educational services for students with LD and ADHD in that country and throughout the Middle East. Dr. Parker made three presentations to nearly 300 teachers, school administrators, psychologists, and pediatricians about executive functioning disorders, ADD coaching, and techniques classroom teachers could use to help students with attentional difficulties. The KALD sponsored a reception at the United Nations House on the final evening. Dr. Parker was deeply honored to receive a hand-carved wooden pearling boat (a national symbol) by His Excellency, Marzouq Al-Ghanim (Head of Kuwait’s National Assembly) and Mrs. Amaan Al-Sayyer, the founder and chairwoman of KALD and mother of a college student with ADHD.