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Why gender matters when diagnosing and treating ADHD

All too often, women and girls with ADHD go undiagnosed and untreated—even though the disorder is equally prevalent in both genders. In this audio and slide presentation, hosted by Michele Novotni, Ph.D., find out what ADHD looks like in women, how to get help, and more.

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In this audio presentation, Dr. Novotni discusses:

  • Five reasons why women and girls are often diagnosed later in life
  • Unique social challenges ADHD women face, plus tips to manage the household, deal with clutter, and more
  • How symptoms may change during menopause
  • Three ADHD coaching strategies that work for women

Meet the expert:

Dr. Novotni is an internationally recognized expert in the field of ADHD. She is the former president and CEO of the national Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), an inspiring speaker, bestselling author, psychologist, coach, and parent of a young adult with ADHD. She is the author of Adult AD/HD and What Does Everybody Else Know That I Don't?. For more information on Dr. Michele Novotni and her services, please visit www.michelenovotni.com. Connect with Dr. Novotni on Twitter and Facebook.

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  • What listeners are saying:

    "Dr. Novotni is a very engaging speaker and her call to action was inspiring!"

    "This presentation is a tremendous resource. Thank you so much for your attention to inattention!!"

    "Thank you, Dr. Novotni! You are a great ambassador for women and girls with ADHD."

    "LOVED this presentation! I'm looking forward to sharing it with my husband so that he can better understand me."

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