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Attention Magazine February 2011
How You Can Be a Friendship Coach for Your Child with ADHD
Amori Yee Mikami
You may be used to investing hard work into helping your child succeed academically. But what can you do about your child’s social challenges?
Friendship Boosters for Adults with ADHD
Ari Tuckman PsyD, MBA
Relationships are important to your mental and physical health. Part of managing your ADHD involves managing how you relate to other people.
Women with ADHD and Friendship
Karen Sampson Hoffman, MA
For women with executive function challenges, the process of building and maintaining friendships doesn’t come easily, but small changes made gradually can have a big impact.
Does Coaching Help College Students with ADHD?
Patricia O. Quinn MD
Self-determination and executive functioning skills are critical for successful postsecondary education, but can be lacking in students challenged by ADHD. Can specialized coaching help?
Recognition and Appreciation in Atlanta
Awards presented during the 2010 CHADD conference.
Classroom Strategies for Improving Working Memory
Mark Katz, PhD
When Responsibilities Outweigh Readiness
Ruth Hughes PhD
He Reminds Me of Me / It’s Never Too Late / What More Could a Parent Ask For?
More Naysayer Encounters, Part Two
Marie S. Paxson