Royce Flippin is a freelance health and medical journalist in New York City. His writing has appeared in The New Republic, Men's Journal, and numerous other publications. He is the co-author of the book The Diabetes Reset, which he wrote with George King, M.D., a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Decoding (and Dealing With) Your Defiant Child
40% of children with ADHD also develop ODD, a condition marked by chronic aggression, frequent... more »
Memo to ADHDers: Fix Your Workplace, Revive Your Career
How to get organized at work, focus on the job, and maximize your effectiveness with... more »
Are You In the Wrong Job?
Guidelines to help you find the right career fit... more »
Learn About ADHD: Focus on Hyperfocus
The truth about hyperfocus -- a common symptom that explains why many children and adults... more »
ADHD and Education: When and Why ADD Students Need Formal Accommodations -- and How to Get Them
Students with ADHD and learning disabilities are entitled to educational rights to get support and... more »
ADHD Accommodations: 6 Modifications Teachers Can Use in the Classroom With ADD Children...Today!
ADDitude experts recommend six proven classroom accommodations for ADHD students and students with learning disabilities... ADHD accommodations»
Ten Ways to Get More Done At Work--Despite Adult ADHD
Are you juggling adult ADHD and a challenging job? Use this career advice to get... more »
The Delicate Balance of Rewards and Consequences
On a typical day, your child receives 20 criticisms or corrections for every one accolade... more »
Medication Doesn't Solve Hyperfocus
Even with medication, ADDers need additional support to rein in the tendency to hyperfocus... more »
Parents Share their Advocacy Secrets
Read these inspirational stories of parents who got their kids the special help they needed... more »
8 Simple Steps to a Well-Behaved Child
There are no magic bullets or instant fixes when it comes to discipline -- especially... The power of praise »
Use these sample letters to help craft your own request for accommodations or when documenting... more »