When it comes to ADHD:
Knowing is Better
Here’s Rick Green from TotallyADD with great information and surprising facts about ADHD for ADHD Awareness Month.
Be warned: Rick is funny.
Here’s Alan Brown from ADD Crusher to share exciting news about the ADHD Awareness Month video contest and his best procrastination-crushing tip to get started.
Deadline for submission is October 1, 2017 11:59 EDT
October is the ADHD Awareness Month and our 2017 theme is “Knowing is Better: ADHD Across the Life Span.” It’s better for parents to know that ADHD might be part of the picture so they can seek out the help their children need; it’s better for young adults to know about their ADHD so they might arrange for appropriate accommodations in school or the workplace; and it’s better for adults to recognize their ADHD instead of feeling destined to a life of underachievement and frustration.
We are pleased to bring back the ADHD Awareness Month Video Contest this year. You can help us raise awareness of ADHD by creating and submitting a short video to share your experience with ADHD or your best tip for living well with ADHD or supporting someone who has ADHD. Videos can be submitted in one of four categories: Parent, Child, Adult or Professional. There will be valuable prizes for the top videos submitted by children, parents and adults. We have a lot we can learn from each other and a lot the world can learn from us.
Before you go, take a few minutes to check out our site. Just click on any of the logos at the bottom of this page and you’ll have access to some of the best information and help for ADHD that you’ll find on the web.
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