New ADHD Study

I was contacted recently by Ashley Senn, a school psychologist and graduate student at Walden University. She is in the process of earning her PhD and would like your help collecting research data regarding communication between parents of ADHD children and physicians as it pertains to non-pharmaceutical treatment options. I know that many of you […]

ADHD and Allergies

Does your AD/HD child have allergies? The subject of allergies and Attention Deficit Disorder has been on my mind lately, probably because it’s September. My kids and I all suffer from seasonal allergies, mostly to pollen and mold, and September usually marks the beginning of our woes. We sniffle and sneeze and have sore throats […]

Help Me Help You with AD/HD

I did a teleclass last week for ADD Classes on ADD Teens: Making the Grade in School. I prepared for days; I knew what I wanted to say and how to say it, and I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get it all in. As it turned out, I was a bit […]

AD/HD and Learning Styles

As you may know, I am teaching an online class on Sept. 18 for ADD Classes. It’s called “ADD Teens: Making the Grade in School”. Here’s a little sneak preview of one of the things I’m going to talk about. Don’t forget to check out the corresponding link in the box to the right. It’s […]

Are You An ADD Parent?

The other day my son and I had a casual conversation about Attention Deficit Disorder, and I mentioned that his grandma – my mom – had ADD. Apparently this was no surprise to my son, who remembered grandma never walking, always running, to do whatever she needed to do, despite the fact that she was […]

Taking An (AD/HD) Meeting

Now that school has been underway for a week (or more, depending on where you live), it’s time to really get down to business, so to speak. And business is really what I mean. Although I have spent over 20 years studying and learning about Attention Deficit Disorder, my degree happens to be in Business […]