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Attention Magazine Fall 2017

How ADHD Sometimes Improves

Thomas E. Brown PhD

Symptoms gradually diminish for some individuals–spontaneously or as a result of interventions and/or good fortune.

Peaks and Troughs: Uneven Medication Coverage & ADHD

Dan Shapiro

With each dose of medication, blood levels rise and fall, in and out of the therapeutic range. What do you need to know about this?

Telemental Health: Benefits and Potential Pitfalls

Mary Alvord

How can the delivery of mental health services by video conferencing supplement or replace in-person sessions and increase access to care?

ADHD, Brain Balancing Music, and Mindfulness

Steven Halpern

Of all the options to help people with ADHD live better lives, music is one of the most overlooked.

Overcoming the Immunity to Intelligence

Ryder Carroll

The inventor of the bullet journal describes his journey of self-learning.

Engagement: Making Educational Content “Stick” Through Technology

Sean Sweeney

Facilitate success for students with language comprehension, executive functioning, and attention issues by turning topics visual and interactive.

Giftedness & ADHD: A Strengths-Based Perspective and Approach

Julie Skolnick

Help these children reach their potential by recognizing strengths and supporting the challenges of each diagnosis.

Everything I Know I Learned in Kindergarten

Shari Gent, MS, NCED

Alicia Solano, CHADD’s 2016 Educator of the Year, shares advice for teaching students with ADHD.

Harness Fidgeting to Improve Focus

Carey A. Heller, PsyD

Turn uncontrolled tapping, leg shaking, kicking, and picking into controlled movements that can lead to increased focus.

Itchy Tags, Bothersome Seams, and Tight Waistbands… Oh My!

Cristina Margolis

Sorry we’re late. My child had a bump in her sock. Can you relate? If you have a hypersensitive child with ADHD, this one’s for you.

Tips for Organizing Your Home (Webinar guest: Susan Pinsky)

Robyn Maggio

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Helping Students with ADHD in the Classroom (Webinar Guest: Sydney Zentall, PhD )

Robyn Maggio

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Predicting ADHD Symptoms

Meghan Miller

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Questions About ADHD Medication

Meghan Miller

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Compassionate, Trauma-Responsive Schools

Mark Katz, PhD

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Supporting Teens & Their Parents

Mark Katz, PhD

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