Monday, March 15, 2010

Policies & Disclaimers

Policies & Disclaimers: Credit is due to @hrana and @RayBeckerman

I am not (may not be) your doctor. Please see your personal doctor for any medical advice.
Contact with me in any form is under the explicit understanding that no doctor-patient relationship exists and none will be formed.
A blog post or Twitter status update is not a replacement for a doctor visit in person. If it is a medical emergency then please call the designated emergency services system in your country.
My blog posts and Twitter status updates are not medical, legal, ethical, moral, political, or any other form of advice, suggestion, or recommendation.
My opinions are fluid and I have the right to change my position as my knowledge and experiences dictate.
I reserve the right to alter or delete any of my blog posts for any reason.
I reserve the right to delete any comments on my various social media profiles and blog for any reason.
I reserve the right to delete any Twitter status updates for any reason. Most common reasons include but are not limited to: old replies, non-medicine related replies, incorrect or unverified articles/links, etc.
I reserve the right to ignore any contact through any means (Blog, Twitter, Email, IM, etc). Most common reasons include but are not limited to: unwanted marketing, SPAM, hostile/aggressive/annoying behavior, unfamiliarity or lack of personal/professional relationship, etc.
Following, contacting, or ‘friending’ people on any social media sites, blogs, etc. is not an endorsement by me of the message, opinions, beliefs, or mission of that person, group, or business.
I will disclose any/all endorsements. At this time there are none.
My hope is that my participation in the social web and Twitter specifically remains a useful tool to network, share information, and build a community with people I may not know very well. Again my thanks to @RayBeckerman for providing many of the rules above. Go follow him if for no other reason than to learn how to use social media correctly. Many of the Twitter users I follow are absolutely great people. If you’re inclined to see my Twitter page then here is the address: @drjonesaa.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

this is what Rachel Garvey said on her face book about

Hi everyone
Look need to push this to help parents and children. This site has been revamped and is absolutely fantastic and yes I've used it myself with my son.
Daily life can be quite scary and traumatic for children, they need to learn life skills and some children find it hard to be confident and socialble. this site does more than most sites-this in fact is a unique site which can really make a difference.

Animal Agentz uses colourful and playful characters that all have unique abilities and the child learns life skills with each character. It is user friendly and easy for the most nervous of website users. It uses fun ways of teaching a child how to disengage themselves from things that make them nervous, how to be more confident and how to be less scared when a child has to be put in a situation that can be really upsetting like going to the doctors to have a blood test.

This site has got the recognition of the famous Dr Chris Steele from the well known This Morning show.

This site can help in so many ways I could be writing for ever!
I do not spread a website unless I have used it and ultimately feel that it has lots of benefits. There are rewards for the children and so manay things to learn and do and it is done in such a clever way but hey how about you pop to the site and take a good look-it costs nothing to have a nosey.
I helped product test this site and was very eager to see it arrive and not many websites get my that excited!

Come on let's make our children become confident and happy people that can grow into well rounded and independant adults-I know every parents wants to give their child the best start in life and this is it!

Here's the website:

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Stretch The Dog of AnimalAgentz

Here is the dog for AnimalAgentz a system to help children

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Computer games help ADHD sufferers

Biofeedback computer gaming can help kids with ADHD learn to concentrate.Lots of different ways to helpCheck out for good info on ADHDThen check out Duke uniThen check out my PhD which moms are using for ADHDMy PhD is called www.AnimalAgentz.comwon an award etcmore links to followc

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