Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Parent Educator, Coach and Author for Parents of Complex Kids

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, PCC, CPCC, is a certified co-active coach, a public speaker, an author, an educator and the co-Founder of ImpactADHD®.com and co-creator of™. An international presenter of workshops and seminars, she provides training, coaching and support for parents at all stages of managing “complex” kids. A graduate of Wesleyan University, CT and the CORO Fellows program in New York, Elaine began her lifelong advocacy for public health serving on the Governor’s Council for Maternal and Infant Health for the state of Georgia. She has served as a parent advisor to the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Quality Improvement Initiative on ADHD, and as an expert for Pfizer’s Making Moments public education campaign. She has completed a tenure as a volunteer on the national Board of Directors of CHADD (Children and Adults with ADD), and served for many years as the co-Chair of the Affiliate Development and Support Committee. She currently serves on the national Public Policy Committee of CHADD. Elaine is committed to improving the lives of families by empowering parents to understand complex children and learn how to foster independence and success. The mother of 3 complex teens and young adults, she lives in Atlanta with her husband, David, one teen still in High School, and their 3 dogs. Read more from Elaine on or