ADHD Weekly, February 17, 2022

What Parents Should Know Before Contacting an Online ADHD Provider

After the frustration of trying to find an ADHD specialist near you and then attempting to schedule an appointment for your child, you might consider a telemental health service as a faster alternative. New online ADHD-specific mental health companies are advertising their services, and more people are taking advantage of the opportunity to schedule with…



Plan an Educational Accommodations Meeting as Learning Situations Change

Most schools have returned to an on campus or an on-campus/at-home learning schedule depending on the school district’s needs, as most of the United States sees an improvement in COVID-19 public health benchmarks. With these changes, many families are requesting a review of their child’s academic accommodations plan to be sure it still meets their…



Black History Month Playlist: ADHD and Black Culture

The ADHD and Black Culture playlist will help raise awareness and educate African Americans about ADHD and other mental health challenges. It will also inform educators, healthcare providers, and other communities about the challenges and concerns Blacks face in America, whether or not they have ADHD. Research suggests, for example, that Black children are either…