Is It ADHD — or AGE? Recognizing and Treating ADHD in Midlife and Beyond

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Watch the free replay of the webinar Is It ADHD — or AGE? Recognizing and Treating ADHD in Midlife and Beyond with Linda Roggli, which originally aired Tuesday, February 18, 2016 and download the expert slides.

ADHD is not a childhood disorder. The demographic experiencing the greatest increase in ADHD diagnoses today is middle-aged women, many of whom recognize themselves in the symptoms of their kids or grandkids. In fact, more than half of all children with ADHD will grow up to be adults with ADHD. But as time goes on, ADHD becomes more and more difficult to differentiate from the forgetfulness, distractibility, and brain fog that so often come with age. So how can you tell the difference? How is ADHD different in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond?

This surprising webinar will investigate:

> The overlapping and differing symptoms of ADHD, normal aging, and dementia

> Unique treatment options for adults with ADHD

> The agony and ecstasy of a later-life diagnosis

> The role of hormones in the lives of women with ADHD

> The need for more research on ADHD after age 55

> Medication considerations for older adults

> Practical advice for managing ADHD at any age

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About the Host

Linda Roggli,PCC, is an award-winning author of Confessions of an A-D-Diva; Midlife in the Non-Linear Lane, a Professional Certified Coach for ADHD women 40-and-better, and founder of the ADDiva Network ( She is an expert in midlife and senior ADHD and offers workshops and retreats for ADHD women and couples. Linda was a contributing author to The Distracted Couple: The Impact of ADHD on Adult Relationships (2013), blogs for ADDitude magazine, and is the ADHD expert on She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and has been featured on numerous radio programs. Roggli serves on the board of directors for ADDA and facilitates its popular webinar series. She is a founding member of the ADHD Coaches Organization.

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