Winning Videos by Children
Myth busters 2.0: Bad Parenting
I made this video myself using Lego figure to represent a person with ADHD.
Living with ADHD
I live successfully with ADHD. I wanted to help create awareness of what it is like to live with ADHD.
How to deal with ADHD
Making our video was a very fun and educational experience. We did a lot of research and created a lasting memory.
My video is about me, a teenager who recently discovered that I have ADHD.
Eight year old Giuliana gives a glimpse into her life with ADHD and many of the challenges and frustrations that come with it.
A tip for parents: Practice the Attention Stance
After thousands of takes to get a perfect video from my kids, Robbie 11 & Arika 10, I realized the bloopers were actually a better explanation of ADHD
|2019 Winning Family|
Myth busters 2.0: ADHD
We made this video ourselves, on an iPad, using special effects to make it cool.
Physical fitness helps my ADHD
Physical fitness helps me cope ADHD Coaching Healthy Body Healthy Mind strategies behavior goals
|2018 Winning Family Video|
A Diagnosis Shouldn't Dictate Your Life
Just a little compilation of how we didn't let our son't diagnosis dictate how we live our life
Setting the Record Straight
Taking the theme of this years ADHD awareness contest of Setting the Record Straight and this little awareness video was born
|2019 Award Winners|
The Journey of a Mind
A frame-by-frame animation project that tells of the struggles and challenges faced as a university student with ADHD.
A day in the life
of my hyper brain
ADHD and the Creative Mind
I am showing how creative people with ADHD can be.
|2018 Award Winners|
Breaking News: ADHDers have mini slot machines in their heads...!
Here to Say
"Here To Say" sums up my life with ADHD
In this final round of the game show 'Diversity Challenge' highlights the many misconceptions surrounding ADHD....
|2017 Award Winners|
A short recount of my experience discovering I have ADHD earlier this year.
I want to describe how it was growing up with ADHD and be diagnosed later at 18 years old and how it exists with other co-morbidities.
This video is us — the ADD Couple — sharing one of our favorite tips that has helped make our life a little easier and our goals more achievable.
|2019 Professional Winner||2018 Professional Winner||2017 Professional Winner|
Routines Can Help!
Simple Routine can have an incredible impact on the lives of children and adults with ADHD!
Parents Need to Control Emotions Too
When a parent-child conflict is ramping up, job ONE is to Self Regulate. Yelling louder isn't good for long term results.
This is a great, fun short exercise guaranteed to energize you and make you smile.