Webinar: ADHD and Curbing Impulsive Spending to Help Your Relationship
Learn what you can do to heal yourself and your relationship from ADHD-related money issues, including getting optimum treatment.
Evidence-Based Coaching for Adults with ADHD
By providing proven methods that can help those who want to learn to thrive with ADHD, this modality complements treatment with medication and psychotherapy.
ADHD Can Increase Risk of Suicide
ADHD, especially with co-occurring depression, is a known factor in the risk for suicide. Friends and family members can help when someone struggles with feeling suicidal.
Make This Your Time to Thrive with ADHD
Advances in technology can improve your ability to manage ADHD symptoms. New tools and skills help many adults get a better handle on time and tasks.
The Science of Salt Lamps for ADHD
Pink salt lamps remain popular, and some people claim they benefit a person’s ability to focus. We looked to scientific research to shed light on this fad.
CHADD Honors Exceptional Contributions to the ADHD Community
Join us in celebrating the four recipients of the 2020 awards recognizing their outstanding service and dedication, whether through direct support, education, advocacy, or research.
Planning or Hoping for a Pregnancy? Talk About Medication with Your Doctor
Medication during pregnancy is discouraged. Women who are considering pregnancy need to know the risks and benefits of medication and their options to continue treatment.
Professional Webinar: Your Non-Adherent Patients in Primary Care. Could It Be ADHD?
Groundbreaking research estimates life expectancy of adults with ADHD is reduced by 8.4 years, often the result of poorly managed co-occurring medical conditions, including obesity, substance abuse, and smoking.
Beyond Black History Month: Addressing Barriers in ADHD Care for People of Color
In honor of Black History Month, CHADD focuses on the importance of cultural awareness and competency in diagnosing, treating, and caring for Black children and adults with ADHD.
Your Lifestyle Will Determine Your Future
Takeaways from the keynote address by Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, at the 2020 Virtual International Conference on ADHD highlight the path to satisfying, functional, and healthy living for adults with ADHD.
CHADD Celebrates Black History Month
ADHD in the African-American community is often undertreated. CHADD wants to eliminate the barriers to treatment and help create a more culturally sensitive world.
ADHD and Suicide Risk Factors
Research shows that children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD are at elevated risk for suicide. Learn why—and what you can do about it—in this educational video.
Telehealth Expansion Means Doctors Can Prescribe Across State Lines
The federal government’s response to the pandemic has made it easier for doctors to prescribe ADHD medications for out-of-state patients.
Going to College Online with ADHD
Last spring’s abrupt shift to virtual classes extended into the fall semester and will continue into 2021. College students with ADHD can meet the challenges with these expert tips and strategies. High school students will find them helpful as well.
ADHD and Working from Home
Did you unexpectedly start working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Adults with ADHD may have a more difficult time with productivity and concentration. There are strategies and techniques that you can put into place to help you find ways to better manage working from home.
CHADD’s Adult Training Program Releases Its Second Course
CHADD launched the Adult to Adult training program this summer with its first course, ADHD & Adults. This fall, A2A releases its second course: Independent Adult Living—training for young adults with ADHD who are transitioning to independent adulthood or who have recently established themselves as independent adults.
Being Social and Making Friends as an Adult with ADHD
Sometimes you may feel that oversharing gets in the way of making and keeping friends. Two experts offer suggestions on improving your social skills.
Work from Home and Stay Productive
If you’re an adult with ADHD and want to be at your professional best—even during the strangest of times—simulate your office environment as much as possible.
Pat Hudak of NoVa/DC CHADD Is CHADD’s New President
Patricia M. Hudak, the former chair of the CHADD Northern Virginia and DC chapter, was installed as president during CHADD’s annual board of directors meeting in June.
ADHD and Hoarding Disorder: New Information
Researchers are learning more about the interaction of ADHD and co-occurring conditions. For those struggling with hoarding behaviors, there may be a more direct connection to ADHD than previously thought.
More Older Adults Receiving A New ADHD Diagnosis
A growing number of older adults are being diagnosed with ADHD, offering an answer for why they may have struggled in relationships or at the workplace.
Better Self-Care in the Age of COVID
Are you—and members of your family—overwhelmed, burnt out, tired of this pandemic? For people of all ages, the key to improving life in the now normal is to find some inner calm and spaciousness and hang out there for a bit.
CHADD Supports Emerging Researchers
Congratulations to the two recipients of the 2020 CHADD Young Scientist Research Awards, recognizing their contributions toward building a greater understanding of ADHD.
Webinar: Finding More Happiness for Both Partners When One Person Has ADHD
Couples with one partner who has ADHD share the same struggles as other couples, but frequently experience those struggles more intensely. Dr. Ari Tuckman will discuss how couples can navigate the process of balancing the need for some aspects of the relationship to change while also accepting the differences that remain.
Podcast: Tips for Managing Stress During the Holidays
The holiday season can be overwhelming for anyone, but even more so if you have ADHD. An expert on relationships offers ideas for dealing with holiday stress.
CHADD Introduces Its Adult Training Program on ADHD
We are proud to introduce Adult to Adult (A2A), our newest ADHD education and training program—and the first course is available free of charge through Sunday, August 9!