ADHD Needs a Better Name. We Have One.

Oct 13th 2020

ADHD Is Not a Deficit DisorderADHD is an inaccurate — and potentially corrosive — name. The term “deficit disorder” places ADHD in the realm of pathology, or disease. Individuals with ADHD do not have a disease, nor do they have a deficit of attentio...
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ADHD & Learning During COVID-19

Aug 21st 2020

Stress of COVID-19 & ADHD symptomsLots of kids have times when their behavior seems difficult to manage. But children with ADHD have frequent and severe symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. They also struggle with "executive funct...
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How can ADHD be managed during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Aug 6th 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and physical distancing measures may cause distress to individuals with ADHD and pose questions for clinicians on how best to deliver care within the new restrictions. The European ADHD Guidelines Group has developed guidance on...
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Pandemic Anxiety: 10 Expert Coping Strategies

Jul 24th 2020

For many people with ADHD, worrying can become a serious health concern. Research suggests that nearly 40 percent of people with ADHD also have comorbid generalized anxiety disorder (GAD),1 the physical and emotional manifestations of which can inclu...
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