Free One-Hour Course on Tourette Syndrome

Webinar: Caring for Children with Tourette Syndrome Virtual Course Presented by the American Academy of Pediatrics Wednesday, June 29 12:30– 1:30 PM CT This free course is provides clinicians with practical tips, knowledge, and resources to effectively identify and diagnose Tourette Syndrome and other tic disorders. Participants will come away with skills to effectively diagnose…

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Educator Webinar: Tips and Strategies to Help an Unmotivated Kid

Ask the Expert for Educators: Tips and Strategies for Educators to Help an Unmotivated Kid Featuring Margaret H. Sibley, PhD Monday, June 27 | 3 PM, EDT The biology of ADHD can lead to an atypical response to rewards—which translates into prominent motivation deficits for many children and teens with the disorder. Dr. Margaret Sibley…

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Busy Puppy? Researchers Describe ADHD in Dogs

It’s been said that there is no stronger bond than that between a dog and a child. Humans and dogs developed together, which may explain why we have such deep connections to these companion animals. A study by Emory University researchers showed that canine brains are very similar to human brains. Dogs share with humans…

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Is Summer School a Good Option for Your Child?

The school year has drawn to a close and students hope for a change of pace over the next few months. For some, that includes classes or school-based activities during the summer recess. But is summer school the best option for a child who has ADHD? Why plan on summer school? Some parents enroll their…

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Webinar: Five Ways Nutrition Can Impact ADHD Symptoms

Ask the Expert Highlight Five Ways Nutrition Can Impact ADHD Symptoms Featuring Laura Stevens, MS A healthy diet can be an effective complementary approach to alleviating some symptoms of ADHD for some people. Nutritional counselor and author Laura Stevens discusses adjustments to your family’s meal planning that may help to improve some ADHD symptoms. She…

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Smoothing the Transition into Summer

Summer is about to begin, and the school year is almost or already over. Many families are glad for a break from extracurricular activities, clubs, or sports. Your child might be looking gleefully at two or three months of free time. Transitions present their own sets of challenges for children with ADHD and their families,…

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Men’s Health Month Promotes Awareness, Prevention, Education, and Family

Men’s health, while of vital importance to individual men and their families, often seems overlooked in public health discussions. The annual observance of Men’s Health Month in June brings men’s healthcare and well-being to the forefront of those discussions. Men’s Health Month encourages men to take responsibility for their health and for families to teach…

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Free CHADD Course: Navigating College with ADHD

Adult to Adult: Navigating College with ADHD A course for students with ADHD to learn strategies for their college career For many students with ADHD, college might be a better match than high school for their interests and learning preferences. Selecting their own courses, spending less time in class, having more free time in between…

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Social Media Videos Often Share Misinformation About ADHD

Social media provides a place for teens and young adults to share what it is like to live with ADHD. While this has led to more awareness about ADHD, and potentially more acceptance, there’s so much information swirling around on social media that it can be hard to separate facts from myths. TikTok videos using…

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Mental Health Matters for Teens and Young Adults with ADHD

Mental Health Matters for Teens and Young Adults with ADHD Teens with ADHD are at risk for potentially serious problems as they transition into adulthood. As many as two-thirds of teens with ADHD continue to experience significant symptoms of ADHD in adulthood. Awareness and treatment for ADHD is crucial in parenting teens and helping them…

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Pregunte al experto: Explorando el TDAH en las familias Latinas

  Pregunte al experto: Explorando el TDAH en las familias Latinas   Jueves, 12 Mayo | 7 PM EDT Presentadora Dennise Guerra MSW, LCSWA Hay mucha información sobre la salud mental y es importante saber lo más útil. También hay que saber cómo se diferencia de un diagnóstico de TDAH. En esta presentación aprenderá sobre…

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