Special Coronavirus Response

The Edge Foundation is offering FREE or sliding scale, one-to-one coaching for kids, teenagers and young adults who find themselves at home — often with challenges from remote learning and / or stresses during this unusual period. Just provide your email address below and we’ll send you information to help you get started.


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One mother’s search to discover the truth about ADHD

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

An ADHD Care Package

What would you put in a care package for parents of a newly-diagnosed ADHD student? We get lots of parents visiting our site right after they have had their son or daughter diagnosed with ADHD.  Perhaps you are one of … Read More

7 Facts about ADHD (plus 1)

What can you do to “celebrate” ADHD Awareness month?  Why help spread the truth about ADHD, of course! This October, ADHD advocates and supportive organizations around the country are joining together to share 7 Facts about ADHD (see article below). … Read More

7 ways to celebrate ADHD Awareness Week

Much of the ADHD community is preparing for ADHD Awareness Week events (beginning next week on October 16, 2011) that will occur next week and the Edge Foundation is no exception.  We are excited to be a part of several … Read More

4 Great ADHD Apps and one to avoid

We’ve listed these four apps that are helpful for working with your ADHD in alphabetical order — and one you should avoid using. But would love to know which your favorite is. Do you use any of them? Did we miss any?

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