Edge Foundation has been busy this fall appearing at conferences and meetings where people living ADHD are talking about it and figuring out what works and what doesn’t to cope. We’ve loved meeting so many of you and are inspired by your stories, struggles and triumphs.
Next up, our Executive Director, Sarah Wright, will be speaking at the ADD Resources annual conference entitled Acceptance is Empowering and held in the Seattle area on November 14, 2009. Her session, A is for Anxiety, focuses on how to keep anxiety at bay and builds on the material in these Edge blog posts: ADHD and Anxiety Overview, Common Anxiety Disorders and ADHD, and Non Drug Treatments for Anxiety Everyone Can Try.
If you haven’t heard of them before be sure to check out ADD Resources. This non-profit is a great resource for people living with ADHD. They have a large library of podcasts, books and articles that are free to members or offered at a very low price for non-members. Their November conference will offer a wide range of breakout topics aimed at the parent or student who has ADHD. If you are in the Seattle area next week, be sure to consider attending. If you aren’t able to make it, be sure to check out the wide range of articles we have on file in our blog and watch for our upcoming post about coping with depression.
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