Parents, Halloween is right around the corner, and most kids are giddily anticipating a fun night of costumes, trick or treating and eating way too much candy. Now is a good time to think about safely enjoying the activities the evening has in store. Halloween … Continue reading Spooky Season: 3 Shocking Halloween Safety Tips for Kids with ADHD
Recently, one of my clients Kaya, with adult ADHD made an astonishing discovery. She read an article in the New York Times about brown noise, and wondered if it could help her focus on the unpleasant but necessary tasks. Like doing her taxes, writing proposals for … Continue reading Keys to better productivity with ADHD: How you can improve the 4 types of focus
Now that the school year is in full swing, I’ve noticed that more parents are sharing how much their kids with ADHD dislike school. Neurodivergent children and teens with ADHD, ASD, a learning disability, or other mental health issues work hard to hold it together … Continue reading 4 Eye-Opening Reasons Why Kids Say “I Hate School!”
October is ADHD Awareness Month ̶ a time to reflect on the uniqueness, wonder, and yes, even the bravery shown when managing the challenges of living with ADHD. If you or someone you love has ADHD ̶ you know that it’s not always easy to … Continue reading ADHD Awareness Month is about celebrating who you are! Accentuate the positive with A+ expert advice.
Adults with ADHD: Change is possible if you find that your negative thinking is getting in the way of a more positive outlook. When you start small and develop the habit of shifting your focus to noticing and then doing more of what works, you actively … Continue reading How Adults with ADHD Can Overcome Negative Thinking
Parents, the start of each school year involves a variety of changes and adjustments. New teachers, new activities, and a whole lot of new experiences. Learn 5 strategies for breaking old habits when your child has ADHD. Read more>> Read Dr. Saline’s latest blog … Continue reading 5 Expert Strategies For Breaking Bad Habits In Kids with ADHD
Neurodivergent Adults can sometimes be overly fixated on maintaining a routine at the expense of other things, which can turn into a vicious cycle of frustration and self-defeat. Take advantage of these routines that will offer you the structure needed to assist with creating the … Continue reading Need to Reduce Stress? Try these Routines for Adults
Teachers and Parents take advantage of these strategies for training focus, combatting procrastination, and prioritizing effectively to achieve the success that drives future motivation in their students with ADHD. Read more>> Read Dr. Saline’s latest blog post: Keys to better productivity with ADHD: How you … Continue reading Want to Be More Confident?
October is ADHD Awareness Month! You’ll see a ton of information about ADHD everywhere. Most of it is about kids. ADDA is different. ADDA is just for adults.And when you do find information, who knows what’s accurate and what’s not? ADDA knows! We know what … Continue reading Sharon Saline, Psy.D. on TADD Talk