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ADHD Weekly, January 24, 2019

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When Medication Costs Too Much: Prescription Assistance

A commonly prescribed stimulant medication can cost about $202.39 for a month’s prescription, before insurance coverage. Depending on your insurance plan’s “tiers” of medications, your copay could range from $11 to $110 for that prescription. Many families look at their prescription costs and wonder how they will meet them—or how they can manage ADHD symptoms…



App Roundup: Helpful Suggestions for 2019

Smartphones can distract us. But when you have ADHD, they can be a very helpful tool. Your app store offers plenty of handy apps. Most are free or cost less than $5. We looked at several that might help make your life easier. Smartphone executive function You can use your smartphone as an extension of…



Should I Tell the Boss I Have ADHD?

Ask the Expert: Disclosure and Workplace Accommodations for Individuals with ADHD Featuring Melanie Whetzel, MA, CBIS Tuesday, February 5, 2 p.m. ET Should you tell your employer or supervisor that you have ADHD? Many people face this workplace question, especially when there is a need for accommodations. Knowing how, when, and why it might be…