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 you need to know as an adult with ADHD. That’s why ADDA created the TADD Talk program.
A riff on TED Talks, TADD Talks are shorter – 9 minutes (half the length of a TED Talk – because, you know, ADHD!) ADDA’s TADD Talks program brings 31 (one for every day in ADHD Awareness Month) of the best experts in adult ADHD together and invites each expert to give a “TADD” Talk.
As an adult living with ADHD, you need reliable, science-based information about your ADHD. You also need inspiration and motivation because living with ADHD is challenging.
This year, we’re talking about “Executive Functions.” That’s where the ADHD comes from. When your executive functions don’t… function. During this ADHD Awareness Month, each of our 31 experts is sharing essential information about what executive functions do, what goes wrong when they don’t, and strategies to help you thrive anyway.
The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) delivers proven programming to a caring community of thousands of adults with ADHD. ADDA has been supporting adults with ADHD for over 30 years and I’m thrilled to give one of their now-famous TADD Talks this October.
I’ll be sharing MY TADD Talk alongside experts like Linda Roggli, Dr. Ari Tuckman, Linda Walker, Inger Shaye Colzie, Monica Hassell, Casey Dixon, Dr. Mark Bertin, Dr. Roberto Olivardia, Dr. Lidia Zylowska, Nikki Kinzer and more!
Of course, I want you to listen to MY TADD Talk. But subscribe to the whole series. Imagine, information and advice you need to know, delivered by the foremost experts in adult ADHD, made just for you – delivered right to you every day, all month long!
Sign up right now to receive your daily dose of TADD Talk greatness. Or you can just listen to mine.
You can check out the schedule to see when I’ll be speaking here.