Are you a current or future college student who isn’t sure how to make a strong transition to higher education? In this webinar, Dr. Sharon Saline, veteran psychologist and author of “What your ADHD child wishes you knew: Working together to empower kids for success … Continue reading CHADD Webinar | Navigating College with ADHD: Preparing for Success!
ADDitude Mag: “My Gifted Teen Has ADHD — and So. Much. Frustration.”
Twice-exceptional teens who are gifted with ADHD experience a vast difference between what comes easily and what is very challenging. This gap is aggravating for them — and many times confusing to their educators and caregivers. Here is how you can help. Click the logo … Continue reading ADDitude Mag: “My Gifted Teen Has ADHD — and So. Much. Frustration.”
Psychology Today – ADHD Time Warp: How to Stop Being Late, Frustrated, and Overwhelmed
If you are often late for class, make friends wait twenty minutes at a cafe for you to show up, or turn in papers or projects beyond their due dates, you are not alone. Many young adults with ADHD struggle with managing time. Despite trying different … Continue reading Psychology Today – ADHD Time Warp: How to Stop Being Late, Frustrated, and Overwhelmed
ADDitude: “Q: How Can I Teach Empathy to My 15-Year-Old?”
The teen years see remarkable (and sometimes jarring) development in the prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain responsible for emotions — regulating your own and tuning into the emotions of others. Here, learn how to help your adolescent better “read” and understand how other … Continue reading ADDitude: “Q: How Can I Teach Empathy to My 15-Year-Old?”
HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About ADHD Treatment
Getting treatment for ADHD requires using several strategies while working closely with healthcare providers, therapists, teachers, and family members. It also means adopting approaches such as school interventions, behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, coaching, and possibly medication. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll need to swap any notion of … Continue reading HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About ADHD Treatment
ADDitude Mag: Why Does Fear of Failure Cripple My Teen with ADHD?
Is your teen easily discouraged? Do they avoid activities where “success” isn’t guaranteed? These signs typically point to low self-esteem, likely developed due to years of negative messaging — common among individuals with ADHD. Here’s how to help your teen overcome a fear of failure. … Continue reading ADDitude Mag: Why Does Fear of Failure Cripple My Teen with ADHD?
HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About ADHD in Children
“A recent study in JAMA reports that roughly 10% of all kids have ADHD. That means about one in 10 children in the U.S. is dealing with this challenging condition, making it one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders children and teens face today. But … Continue reading HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About ADHD in Children
HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About How ADHD Is Diagnosed
“Here’s the thing: There are no blood tests or scans or any type of online screener to accurately diagnose Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In short, sussing out ADHD is not a quick and easy process. However, with the right know-how, you can navigate this new-to-you world … Continue reading HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About How ADHD Is Diagnosed