ADHD Weekly, February 6, 2020

Don’t Let ADHD Spoil the Romance

Thinking about how ADHD symptoms interfere in your relationship with your significant other is not very romantic. How you address that interference can help you keep the romance alive, though. “Marriage is all about attending to each other adequately,” says Melissa Orlov, author of The ADHD Effect on Marriage: Understand and Rebuild Your Relationship in…



Pediatrics Society Develops New Complex ADHD Guidelines

The Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics recently released new clinical practice guidelines for complex ADHD. These guidelines were written with input from former CHADD board member Eva O’Malley. More than two-thirds of children who have ADHD also have at least one co-occurring condition. Often referred to as complex ADHD, comorbidities affect the child’s needs…



Webinar: Strategies for Promoting Positive Behavior Among Siblings

Ask the Expert Highlight: Strategies for Promoting Positive Behavior in Children with ADHD and Their Siblings Featuring Jennifer Keluskar, PhD Many of the strategies used to manage behaviors in children affected by ADHD can also be helpful for their siblings. There are notable differences, however, in emotional and behavioral regulation that make it necessary to…