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Attention Magazine June 2010

Five popular approaches to treating ADHD

Bryan Goodman

Here’s what you really need to know about addressing ADHD symptoms through diet, exercise, meditation, coaching, and neurofeedback.

The diversion of ADHD medication: what you need to know

Robert M. Tudisco Esq

An attorney alerts the ADHD community to a dangerous problem that can have disastrous medical and legal consequences. He suggests what parents and young adults can do about it.

Getting beyond cyberaddiction: ADHD, addiction, and the cyberworld

Kevin Roberts

Are long hours in cyberspace a problem in your house? How about time-sucking computer games? Hear from someone with personal experience.

Learning to manage anger

Steven Peer former CHADD President

People with ADHD often struggle with anger. Effective strategies from an anger-management program go behond counting to ten.

Let the summer adventures begin

Karen Sampson Hoffman, MA

Meet the recipients of the 2010 CHADD Summer Camp Awards.

The view from the bench

Gina Pera

Back in the 1980s, a young judge made the connection between undiagnosed ADHD and some of the defendants coming before his bench.

Joining Forces: The Fairfax County ADHD Partnership

Mark Katz, PhD

An increasing number of people are looking to the Fairfax County Public Schools ADHD Partnership, recognized by many in the field as a model for how schools, families, and community professionals can join forces to help children and teens with ADHD.

Parenting “Difficult” Children

Ross Greene

Green spoke with CHADD members about the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) model during an online chat.

The Use and Consequences and Managed Behavior in ADHD

Sam Goldstein

A review of studies examining the impact of rewards and punishments on the behavior of children with ADHD.

Become a Self-Advocate

Travis Frank

Self-advocacy is one of the biggest transitions teenagers need to make.