Spring is the perfect time for exploring the great outdoors; camping, swimming, running or any sport that gets you outside. Make this season the most by using this opportune time to delve into activities that utilize excess energy so common … Read More
The statistics on ADHD teens and driving are scary. How do allow our teens to drive, but make it safer for our kids behind the wheel? AD/HD & Driving – A Guild for parents of Teens with AD/HD, by J. … Read More
Ever tried to do two or more things at once? Like doing homework and listening to your music? Or listening to a talk and doodling your notes? Did it work for you? Those secondary “mindless” tasks (the doodling and … Read More
Being chronically late can be a problem when you have ADHD. Instead of focusing on getting your boss to understand why you are tardy, it’s more useful to consider ways to get yourself to work (and school) on time. You can do it! It just may take a little experimenting to find what works best for you.
We’re pleased to announce that Edge Foundation has set up a page on Facebook. The page is all about providing ADHD college students with news, tips and resources to help them overcome ADHD obstacles and reach their goals in school … Read More
VHow is it possible that someone with ADHD can focus for hours on something that’s interesting? It’s a common misconception that people with Attention Deficit have a deficit of attention. It would be more accurate to say we have trouble paying attention appropriately. Here are seven strategies to help you manage ADHD hyper-focus.
It’s August and school is just around the corner. For lots of students this time of year is filled with anxiety. You know the feeling – that nagging feeling that something’s just not right. Or you are having dreams about … Read More
Every week we post stories, information and tips about living with ADHD. Most of them also talk about how an ADHD coach can help you acheive your full potential. We thought this week that perhaps hearing from two students who … Read More
Editor’s Note: This is the third, and final, installment in a three part series on ADHD and depression. The first post revealed that people with ADHD have a higher incidence of depression than the general population and urged all teens … Read More
Editor’s Note: This week’s post was written by Award-winning Professional Organizer, Judith Kolberg. The first step to effective note taking is focused listening Maybe it’s the school season, or that its “conference season”; whatever the reason, taking note and note … Read More