By Eric Allstrom Treatment for adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has given me the wisdom to work at jobs I can handle — and to avoid those I can’t. Shortly after my 55th birthday, I was fired from a job after only two weeks. This came as no surprise. Since college, I had been […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Establishing a new behavior or building new and healthier habits is a tall order for most of us with ADHD. We get distracted or change our game plan after a week, despite our best intentions. When we miss a day of a routine, we get discouraged and convince ourselves that forming a new habit is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We know that routine is critical for kids with ADHD. But it’s also key for adults. “Without routines, their lives become chaotic,” according to Terry Matlen, ACSW, a psychotherapist and author of Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD. She added that many adults with ADHD simply don’t have an internal sense of structure. “Adults with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What’s the Perfect ADHD Career? By the ADDitude Editors While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all career that works for every ADHD adult (wouldn’t that be nice?), there are certain professions that utilize ADHD strengths. These ADHD-friendly jobs will help you reach your full potential by putting your natural skills to work. Teacher Many ADHD adults find joy in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Distracting co-workers, messy desks, and monotonous work all conspire against ADHD adults on the job — taxing our attention and pushing our focus past its limit. So we asked ADDitude readers what tricks you use to keep your brain focused at work — here’s what you said! Take Notes “I keep a notepad and pen in my pocket […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Susie East, (CNN) The difference between enthusiasm for work and addiction to it can sometimes be difficult to discern, especially when it’s so easy to take work home on a smartphone or laptop. To find out how many people are true workaholics, researchers from the University of Bergen surveyed thousands of people in Norway […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Monday, Oct 22 – **SPECIAL EVENT** ADHD Workshop: “Time Management for Unmanageable People” 6-9PM at AB Tech, Enka Campus Fee: $55 per person; $75 per couple Workshop: “Time Management for Unmanageable People” ADHD adults frequently find themselves stuck, unproductive and unable to get ahead in life. CoachRudy will present an interactive and entertaining seminar that […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on ADHD Time Management Workshop – Oct 22
**The following article does not identify ADHD but certainly is reflective of ADHD. See what you think? ~CoachRudy Article by: Mike Michalowicz, August 21, 2012 I just got back from a run/walk/jog thing I do about three times a week. It feels good to get the blood flowing and since I have a […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Is Your Desk Destroying Your Productivity?
By ANITA BRUZZESE Gannett Updated Jun 28, 2010 03:42PM Daryl Wizelman was diagnosed at age 6 with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD, when he couldn’t concentrate in class and teachers considered him hyperactive. His pediatrician put him on medication, which he said was a “real life-changer.” Fast forward a couple of decades. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Coach Rudy Rodriguez will present a seminar to the Annual NASW-NC Fall Conferene on November 21, 2008Continue Reading... No Comments.