By Sandy Maynard Surveys show that, of all the members of a household, women with adult attention deficit disorder (ADHD) are the most likely to feel stress during the holiday season. This probably doesn’t come as a surprise – we are the ones baking the cookies, buying the presents, organizing and preparing for family get-togethers, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Additude Editors We asked our reader panel: What is the most memorable holiday mishap caused (or made worse) by your ADHD? > Our son was acting wild at Christmas dinner and trying to touch the food as we put it on the table. Before we knew it, he grabbed the bowl of mashed potatoes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Carol Brady, Phd The holidays can be stressful for children with attention deficit. Traveling and visiting relatives may disrupt their day-to-day routines, and all the excitement can be overwhelming. Follow these real-family strategies to prevent holiday havoc, keep your ADHD kids feeling good, and create happier memories: Plan Ahead During the holidays, routine and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Dr. Yannick Pauli Getting your child to give up favorite foods for an ADHD diet is tricky, and the holiday season might make it more difficult. The last few weeks of the year will be filled with dinner parties, family reunions, and other types of gatherings centered on food. Your child might feel left […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Oh Dear! Whether you’re ready for it or not, it is the holiday season! However, it doesn’t have to be a difficult time if you are shopping for someone diagnosed with ADHD. This year I’ve put together a list of some of my favorite tools and gadgets that I either use myself or are just […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Sandy Maynard Whether it’s a simple cocktail party or a lavish five-course feast, entertaining friends and family in your home is one of the delights of the holiday season. But don’t kid yourself: It takes a lot of planning. That’s something many people with attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) have a hard time doing. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.