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ADHD… Isn’t That What Kids Have?

By Terrie Lynda King In 1988, my son was eight years old the first time I heard of Attention Deficit Disorder.  After he was "staffed" at school and made to take many tests: eye test, IQ tests, Placebo versus Ritalin test,…
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Can Music Therapy Help With ADHD?

ADHD, or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, often shows up as the inability to concentrate for prolonged periods of time, being unable to follow instructions, having difficulty completing detailed tasks and being prone to error. It can be frustrating to live…
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Laughter Is The Best Medicine for this ADDA Member

By Annette Tabor ADDA member Pam Wener has a passion for three things. She is passionate about helping children and adults with learning disabilities. She is passion for laughter. And she is passionate about stand-up comedy. These unique qualities define…
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A Life Changing Event

By Jeannette McDonald I realized my life had changed the morning I woke up and the tape that had been playing in my head since I was a young child in school, telling me every day that I was dumb…
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Tips to Declutter Your Desk

Every ADHDer has their own style. How do you like to work? Do you thrive on multiple deadlines at once, juggling lots of meetings and even more projects? Or do you like to hyperfocus on a single project at a…
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