The National Center for Learning Disabilities

Last week I had the chance to connect with other (mostly) mom bloggers and a representative from the National Center on Learning Disabilities. The call was about learning disabilities, including ADHD, how they are perceived by the general public, and how we can make some positive changes around this subject. I’ve raised a series of […]

How Many Times Have You Been Dissed?

Whoa. Did Dr. Emmett Brown just whisk us back to the eighties in his DeLorean? I mean, when is the last time you heard someone say “dissed”? But think about it. Disorder. Distracted. Disinterested. If I could think of a way to turn “ditzy” into a “diss” word I would. You get it right? Well […]


This is a post from ADD Student from today. I thought this site was so helpful, that I wanted to share it with everyone. I was recently contacted by Josh Pull, co-founder of dysTalk, to let me know about his site. dysTalk is a site that is dedicated to “helping your child learn better”. I […]

Win $500!

You know how I’m always telling you how creative people with ADHD can be? Well, here’s your chance to prove it. The National Center for Learning Disabilities new program Our Kids Count! is having an art contest, and 3 prizes of $500 each will be awarded to the following categories: Children (Ages 4-11) Teens (12-18) […]