ADDitude Webinars

Could It Be Nonverbal Learning Disorder? An Overlooked LD in Kids with ADHD
On Thursday, January 26th, at 1 pm ET, join us for a free expert webinar with Amy Margolis, Ph.D.
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All Together ADHD

Have Yourself a Merry Little (ADHD) Christmas
It may be more chaotic than a regular one, but we wouldn’t know. We’ve never had anything different.
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ADHD News Feed

An Inactive Lifestyle May Hurt Boys’ Academic Progress
Lack of exercise may affect reading and math skills in young boys.
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Be Our Guest

The Highs and Lows of Parenting Two Kids with ADHD
Keep going, keep supporting your kids, and keep educating others about ADHD, no matter what is thrown at you.
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ADHD News Feed

Sleep Interventions May Improve ADHD Symptoms in Children
A small study found that children who undergo doctor-guided “sleep hygiene” interventions not only sleep better; they also show a decrease in ADHD symptoms like hyperactivity.
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ADDitude Webinars

An Educator’s Guide to Teaching Students with ADHD
On Wednesday, December 14th, at 1 pm ET, join us for a free expert webinar with Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D.
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ADHD Dad Blog

Lost in the Dark City of Panic Attack
The anxiety weasel in my chest gets ahold of me and whispers baseless lies in my ears.
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ADHD News Feed

A Mom’s Ability to Work Affected by Her Child’s ADHD
An ADHD diagnosis affects a mother’s workforce participation, making it critical that ADHD treatment addresses this long-term economic effect.
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All Together ADHD

Screen Time Equals Calm Time for My Son
I have to accept Blaise’s way of dealing with life. I need to support his need to click the remote, to lie on the couch, and to zone out.
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Be Our Guest

Five Tools Parents—and Kids—Can’t Live Without
Hey, I can do it all, just like neurotypical moms, with a little help from my gadgets.
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Success at School

Enter to Win a Forbrain!
Enter to win a Forbrain -- the revolutionary auditory-processing tool (a $299 value) that helps anyone with ADHD or APD improve their learning, attention, and retention.
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Success at School

Forbrain Contest Rules
Rules for ADDitude magazine's Forbrain contest from November 21 - December 11, 2016.
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ADHD News Feed

ADHD Diagnoses in Preschool Children Have Stabilized
A rapid increase in ADHD diagnoses for children aged 4 to 6 has tapered off since the AAP released its updated guidelines in 2011, a new study says.
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Mom Is the Word

There Are No Stupid Questions—Unless You’re Asking Your Daughter with ADHD
I know the answers before I ask, but I always wonder if there is anything I can do for Lee by asking them.
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ADDitude Webinars

Lessons Learned — and Shared — by Homeschool Families That Help All Students
Replay this free webinar with Kathy Kuhl, and download the expert slides.
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ADHD News Feed

Genes (Not Parenting Or Environment) Are Likely Cause of ADHD
Genetic patterns found in more than 20 percent of subjects with ADHD point toward a genetic cause for the disorder — and may open up pathways for new treatment strategies, researchers say.
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ADDitude Webinars

The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Video Games—and How Parents Can Tell the Difference and Take Action
Replay this free ADHD Awareness webinar with Wes Crenshaw, Ph.D, and Ryan Sipes, and download the expert slides.
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Life in the Fast Brain

Third Time’s the Charm
There’s an art to getting out the door and staying married—and I discovered it. Or, I should say, my husband did.
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ADHD News Feed

Heads Up: Concussion Symptoms Are More Prevalent in Teens with ADHD
High school athletes with ADHD may show more concussion-related symptoms than those without the disorder.
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All Together ADHD

Forget and Forgive?
The forgetting part of ADHD never goes away, but I am trying not to be so hard on myself.
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Be Our Guest

Letter to My Loving “Ghost Child” on Halloween
There is more than one beautiful flower in our family bouquet.
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ADHD News Feed

A Brain Changer for ADHDers? Neurofeedback’s Effect on Brain Waves
A double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study showed solid evidence that neurofeedback leads to measurable changes in the brain, which may be good news for those diagnosed with ADHD.
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Be Our Guest

The Nightmare Before — and During — Halloween
This holiday of itchy costumes, flashing lights, strangers and candy can be a horror show, indeed, for children with autism, sensory processing disorder, ADHD and other neurological conditions. Here, a mother and health advocate shares her strategies for making Halloween fun for everyone.
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Family Guy

Falling into Depression, and Climbing Out Again
My hundred-foot journey away from the blues started with getting out of bed.
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