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Attention Magazine Summer 2017

How ADHD Sometimes Gets Worse

Thomas E. Brown PhD

ADHD tends to impair certain functions in affected persons as they encounter tasks that they are expected to perform by a specific age.

Find Your Own Way to Practice Mindfulness

Lidia Zylowska

You’ve heard it’s beneficial for adults with ADHD, but have difficulty getting started or sticking with mindfulness or meditation. How can you bring these practices into your life?

Body Doubling by Skype

Leah Martinez

Many people with ADHD find it helpful to work in tandem with others when they need to accomplish a project. Here’s how one family stays connected and on task–even at a distance

Connect & Recharge in Atlanta

CHADD and ADDA will co-host this year’s conference. Who will be the keynoters?

Put Strategies into Action: Teach Executive Function by Simulating the Experience

Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC

Why is it so challenging to get kids with ADHD to actually use tools and strategies that could help them learn to self-regulate? What’s a parent to do?

Was Grandma Right About Manners?

Ari Tuckman PsyD, MBA

Does your child with ADHD frequently interrupt people or exhibit other rude behaviors? Learning and practicing good manners will over time help build self-regulation and inhibitory skills.

Feng Shui Your Child’s Bedroom for More Peaceful Living

Megan Pogash

While it’s neither a cure nor a treatment, this ancient Chinese practice could help bring more calm and clarity to your household.

ADHD, Self-Harm, and Suicide

Samantha A. Chalker

Learn why children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD are at higher risk for self-harming behaviors, what to look for, and what actions to take.|–Risk Factors and Recommendations for Parents|–Suicidality and ADHD

Decisions, Dating, and Job Interviews

Ari Tuckman PsyD, MBA

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The Co-Occurrence of Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders and ADHD

Robyn Maggio

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Brain Stuctures, Autism, and ADHD

Meghan Miller

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Helping Them Soar: WINGS for Kids

Mark Katz, PhD

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