Audio presentation by: Dr. Richard Gallagher.
A funny one hour film documenting Canadian comedian, Patrick McKennaâ€”an ADHD diagnosed individualâ€”talking to specialists about ADD and ADHD.
NIH Clinical Research Trials and You is a website that informs visitors about the importance of volunteering for clinical research in order to help treat, prevent and/or diagnose diseases. Visitors can also search for trials or enroll in research matching programs.
Use this guide to help you talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or nurse about your medicines for depression. The guide lists all of the FDA-approved products now available to treat this condition. You will also find some general information to help you use your medicines wisely.
A NYTimes Sunday Magazine article chronicling a few adultsâ€™ diagnosis and experiences with ADD in the workplace, while combating the law and stigmas against them.
â€œAllowing extended time for adolescents with ADHD to complete tests involving reading may help to compensate for their impairments of working memory and processing speed, allowing them to score closer to their actual verbal abilities.â€
Are you a martyr to save your kids from pain? Do you bail them out repeatedly? Is their behavior your fault? Problem solving is a better solution than the above. James Lehman explains the ineffective roles parents may fall into.
Those with ADHD often have troubling sleeping at night. Try a few strategies to help ensure a better night’s rest.
Audio presentation by Ned Hallowell.
“Procrastination can be caused by several things. You may procrastinate because you donâ€™t enjoy a task. You may procrastinate because a task is large and challenging to organize. Or, you may procrastinate because you arenâ€™t sure how to accomplish the task.”