Summer is here and it’s a great time to switch up your exercise routine. There are tons of ways to have fun in the sun while getting some important exercise. Exercise is even more important when you have ADHD. Exercise can help you reduce some of the symptoms of ADHD and keep you calm and focused.
Listen to internet radio with ADHD Support Talk on Blog Talk Radio This week our Executive Director spoke with Tara McGillicuddy about ADHD and legal advocacy issues. In addition to being our Executive Director, Rob is also a practicing special … Read More
No one wants to hear that summer is half over, but it is. Really. Do you have half of your summer dreams accomplished? Are you well on your way to accomplishing half of your summer goals? No? It’s time to put … Read More
Dear Coach, I’m tired of the ADHD label. Hyperactivity just means you have an active brain. It’s not a sickness. I’m fed up with being called sick when I know I’m extraordinary. I say ADHD is a myth that bad … Read More
Everyone — with or without ADHD — has both good and bad habits. You may not have stopped to think about your habits, but Mom is right: Good habits are important, especially if you have ADHD. Habit, noun, an acquired … Read More
Some scientists believe that the single greatest predictor of academic success is executive function. Even more important that IQ! (2) And ADHD impacts many or all of the above executive function areas. Turns out that the way ADHD affects the executive functions of the brain can be one of the most challenging parts of living with it.
Robert Tudisco will be presenting a teleseminar on ADHD and advocay on August 16. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the questions he’ll be exploring in this FREE presentation. This presentation educates both students and their families about ADHD … Read More
If you are reading this, you probably already personally know a number of people who are living with ADHD. You share their struggles. You share their triumphs. You know just how hard it can be to reach a goal. But … Read More
This week we are pleased to interview Pulitzer Prize winning investigative journalist, Katherine Ellison, author of Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention. Both Ellison and her son, whom she calls ”Buzz,” have been diagnosed with Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. After her son … Read More