Pregunte Al Experto: TDAH complejo con un enfoque en el síndrome de Tourette y el Trastorno de TicsAsk The Expert
When Smart Children, Teens and Young Adults on the Autism Spectrum have ADHDAsk The Expert
Early Identification of Learning DifferencesAsk The Expert
Is Adult ADHD Related to Sleep Challenges?
Are adults with ADHD more likely to have difficulties with sleep, and in what ways? This research brief examines two studies that investigated the associations between sleep disturbances and adult ADHD. The first study found that sleep problems were more severe and greater in frequency among adults with ADHD compared to adults without ADHD who…Read More
Awards Presented at #ADHD2022
Each year, CHADD presents a series of awards honoring outstanding service and dedication to the ADHD community. In 2022, these awards were presented during the Annual International Conference on ADHD, co-hosted by CHADD, ADDA, and ACO. New this year was the Early Career Influencer Award, the first award presented jointly by all three organizations. Other…Read More
Excellence in Emerging ADHD Researchers
Rachel James, MSLIS Representing CHADD’s professional advisory board, Max Wiznitzer, MD, introduced the winners of the Young Scientist Research Awards during the 2022 Annual International Conference on ADHD in Dallas, Texas. A point of pride for CHADD is the ability to offer opportunities for emerging researchers to showcase their innovative work studying ADHD. For one…Read More
Excited and Engaged: Strategies and Solutions for Social Anxiety in Children and Teens with ADHDAsk The Expert
Assistive Technology Supports for Managing ADHD – All About Apps for ADHD Life Ask The Expert
How Would a Professional Approach Treating an Adult with ADHD?
John is a forty-two-year-old accountant. He is married and has two kids; Jenny is ten and Jack is eight. John decided to seek services with a psychologist due to a few specific issues. At his job, he has a difficult time keeping on top of his work. He often ends up working late at night…Read More
Is Doing Household Chores Related to Executive Functioning?
This research update examines two recent studies examining the link between executive functioning and involvement in household chores. Executive functioning refers to cognitive processes such as the ability to shift focus between tasks, manipulate and access temporary information, and inhibit or suppress irrelevant information. Children with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as ADHD, experience delays in executive…Read More
LW4K: Turning Game-Based Learning into Executive Function and Social-Emotional Learning Skills
Imagine if Minecraft, Fortnite, Roblox, and other popular video games could be used to help children with ADHD improve their executive function and social-emotional learning skills at school, at home, and in life. According to Rhode Island clinical psychologist Randy Kulman, PhD, they actually can—and he developed a program dedicated to doing just that. Known…Read More