A Podcast with Mallory Band, MSEd Transcription Hello and welcome to the podcast series, “Moving Forward With ADHD” for 2023 ADHD Awareness Month. We are Karen Sampson Hoffman from CHADD and Roxanne Fouché of the ADHD Coaches Organization. We are thrilled to invite you on a journey of understanding, insight, and empowerment during ADHD Awareness … Read more
Clinics report that women are being diagnosed with ADHD more often than girls. In fact, in clinics it’s one to one, men to women—and women self-refer. But the ratio of boys to girls being diagnosed in clinics is still about four to one. So that means that we’re still missing a lot of girls, and that’s obviously a problem.
ADHD impacts young adults and their parents. There are challenges with academics,relationships, and work. A young adult must figure out how to make the best decisions for themselves.
The parent-child relationship issues always seem to include problems with Communication, Parental Sterss, Discipline and Behavioral Management, Emotional Regulation, and Academics.
Dulce Torres shared 5 ways that ADHD can impact the parent-child relationship….and 9 strategies to help.
ADHD can play a significant role in the health of romantic relationships and their eventual success. How can partners help one another?
Families work with a variety of medical, mental health, educational, and lifestyle support professionals for the care and well-being of their children.
Telling the boss you have ADHD is a big decision and not to be done casually. Dr. Ari Tuckman has some advice on when and why you might disclose at work — and when you might not.
Sharing an ADHD diagnosis, whether it’s a recent diagnosis or the first time a new friend hears it, can take some consideration: Will this person accept this information? Will they support me? Can they keep what I tell them in confidence?
There several options in creating an ADD treatment plan. Working with the healthcare provider, you can decide on one of serveral options that exist for your child’s or your own plan.
Dr. Margaret H. Sibley discusses what to do if you’re interested in a supplementary or alternative ADHD treatment you have learned about online.