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Attention Magazine April 2020
CHADD Awards Presented at the 2019 Conference
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Risky Behaviors Associated with ADHD
Lauren Haack and Ashley Maliken
Home-School Collaboration: It’s Important for Children with ADHD
Yuanyuan Jiang, Pooneh Montazeralsedgh and Chantelle Blair
Consistency in implementing treatment programs requires effective communication and partnership between parents and teachers.
New Guidelines for ADHD and Complex ADHD
Karen Sampson Hoffman and Robert J. Cattoi
- AAP Revises ADHD Guidelines
- SDBP Releases New Guideline for Complex ADHD
Beyond “Oppositional Defiant Disorder”
Most children with challenging behaviors have a constellation of developmental differences, all existing in dynamic interplay.
Helpful Lessons for Raising Challenging Kids
With three children diagnosed at different ages, she’s gained a lot of wisdom.
An ADHD Assessment Might Set You Free—No Matter Your Age
It’s about helping you dig into yourself, so that you can take the steps you want to take..
Choosing the Best Medication for Adult ADHD
Oren W. Mason
Finding the best regimen is a process, largely based on trial and error. Here’s what you need to know.
Internet Addiction and ADHD
Why are people with ADHD susceptible to this biologically based medical issue? What kind of treatment is available?
Is it Time to Evaluate Your Relationship with Alcohol?
CHADD Volunteer Leader
Many options for support are available to those now choosing a break, reduction, or sobriety.
Foraging for Information
Being a passionate learner is a good thing, but it can get in the way of life.
Understanding Meltdowns: The ADHD Volcano Model
Monica Hassall RN
Dealing with poor self-esteem, yelling, rage, or tears? A new model helps to explain challenging and sometimes explosive behaviors.
Calling All “Brains”: How to ADHD
Mark Katz, PhD