Your Free Guide to Changing How the World Sees ADHD
Strategies to get you started on spreading facts and busting myths about attention deficit in celebration of ADHD Awareness Month.
ADHD is a medical disorder, affecting more than 15 million Americans. But you wouldn’t know it by the widespread misconceptions, myths, and stigma that surround the condition.
Each ADHD Awareness, ADDitude dedicates 31 days to getting the world up to speed on what it really is and how it affects those who have it.
What can you do? Start with these seven steps to spread the word in your area — at doctors’ offices, libraries, schools, and on the radio — by word of mouth, with books, and presentations at school
At the grassroots level, together, we can make a difference in how the world sees and understands ADHD.
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