How to Advocate Forcefully for Your Child with ADHD
Children with ADHD encounter more barriers at school, in the community, and even at home. No one understands these hurdles — and how to best overcome them — better than your family. Here, parent advocate Penny Williams outlines the best ways to share these strategies clearly and effectively.
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
4 Comments: How to Advocate Forcefully for Your Child with ADHD
oops sorry, I mean to ask if there are any articles on how to **forcefully** advocate for yourself as an **adult** with ADHD. There are alot of situations where walking away is not an option. There are places we have to be, and if a person is treating you wrong because they don’t understand your difficulties and they refuse to even let you speak or try to find a better solution, you have to be able to forcefully advocate for yourself.
You might find this webinar helpful too:
Advocating for yourself as an adult with ADHD, especially in the workplace, becomes a lot more complicated and nuanced, unfortunately.
ADDitude Community Moderator, Author & Mentor on Parenting ADHD, Mom to teen w/ ADHD, LDs, and autism
I’d recommend looking at the Manage Your Life section: https://www.additudemag.com/category/manage-adhd-life/adult-diagnosed/
I love this article. I wonder if there are any on how to advocate for yourself as an **adult** with ADHD?