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ADHD Weekly, March 7, 2019

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It’s Time to File Your Taxes—Don’t Panic!

Are you ready for tax season? If you’re overwhelmed just thinking about paperwork, forms, and deadlines, you’re not alone. Whether you hope for a refund or expect to owe the IRS money, don’t panic. Make a plan that works for you. Make your tax prep plan “People without ADHD often feel overwhelmed and anxious about…



Half of Children Who Need Mental Health Care Don’t Get It

Did you know that about one child out of every six is coping with a mental health condition? Unfortunately, of these children, only half receive treatment. For children diagnosed with ADHD, nearly one quarter don’t receive any treatment for the disorder. Early intervention when a child is struggling with a mental health condition, including ADHD,…



Charter Schools For Students With ADHD

Are charter schools opportunities for children affected by ADHD? CHADD’s public policy committee wants to know more about the possible benefits and drawbacks of charter school programs for children who struggle with ADHD symptoms. Read about Michael and his experience in a charter school in Charter Schools: Discipline and Implications for Students with ADHD. Do…



Webinar: Know What To Look For In A Summer Camp

Ask the Expert: A Summer At Camp Featuring John Willson, MS, LRT/CTRS Tuesday March 19, 2019 | 2 pm ET Are you looking for a summer adventure for your child? Knowing what to look for in a camp or summer program when your child has ADHD is important for a successful experience. John Willson, director…