* SEE VIDEO NEWS INTERVIEW – Click here The Taylor-Klaus household is passionate. “I really like going from soccer to softball and softball to ultimate,” teenager Sydney Taylor-Klaus said bursting with enthusiasm. They’re also high-energy and extremely focused and organized. Elaine Taylor-Klaus, a mother of three, makes sure her children outline their homework, nightly. But […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Family of five learns to manage and thrive with ADHD
NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire Parents and teachers who want a student with ADHD to do better in school should get to know the ADHD brain, states a breakthrough article recently published by ADDitude Magazine. The author, Susan Kruger , M.Ed., is founder of SOAR® Learning, Inc., a leading resource for study skills and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on ADHD Study Skills Breakthrough: Fewer Steps Lead to Greater Learning
ADHD adults lives are often hampered by impulsivity that contributes to poor finances, overspending, high credit debt, high-risk loans and subsequent stress, overwhelm and conflict in the home. The holiday season can be particularly challenging with the endless opportunities for spending and gift buying. This year, start your holiday shopping with a spending plan! OnTrack […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Take Control of Holiday Spending!
Published: Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 – 6:09 am PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a genetic, neurobiological disorder that results in challenges with attention, hyperactivity and impulsivity that affects more than 13 million Americans, along with their families, friends and colleagues. The ADHD Awareness Coalition partnered with TotallyADD.com to conduct […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Nationwide Video Contest Highlights the Broad Spectrum of those Affected by ADHD
Torque News By Don Bain on Thu, 05/31/2012 Today is National ADHD Awareness Day, and a new study focuses–no pun intended–on teen drivers with the condition. The study finds how well they performs behind the wheel of a car may be directly influenced by optimizing dosing of medication, especially in the afternoon and evening. The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
You have probably noticed the tendency of adults with ADHD to expand thoughts, ideas, options and more. For Instance, you may conceive of a single idea or thought and then suddenly find it expanding into multiple ideas and options.Continue Reading... No Comments.
While coaching an adolescent client, he informed me that, “I don’t really have problems with organization. I have trouble with memory, remembering to do things”. Memory problems for the ADHD individual may be linked to deficiencies in our brain. It may also be attributed to simple boredom, lack of interest and/or distractions that prevent us […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The symptoms could describe any busy, distracted multi-tasker: difficulty concentrating, chronic lateness, impatience, procrastination. Or they could point to a diagnosis of adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, which some 10 million U.S. grownups have. Yet fewer than 25 percent of the adults walking around with the syndrome even know they have it, according to a report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Michael Phelps has suddenly become THE poster child for Attention Deficit Disorder – diagnosed at the age of nine and told by a teacher that he would never achieve in life. Of course, Michael proved his teacher wrong. Through pure dedication, persistence and a clear, unobstructed vision, Michael DID achieve his Olympic goal of winning […]Continue Reading... No Comments.