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My Wife Thinks I’m Losing It

By: Marty Levine I learned I had ADHD when I was 85 in 2015.  My wife kept complaining that I was losing "it". She thought I might be developing Alzheimer's.  So, I phoned the Veterans Affairs and told the young lady, "My…
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What Is It About the Talent Show?

The Talent Show, at The 2018 International Conference on ADHD in St. Louis, Missouri  By Dean Solden “What is it about the Talent Show, ” I ask myself as I pack up the electric keyboard into its hardened, unbreakable case,…
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An “Aha” Moment Hits the Right Note

By Annette Tabor Mark Stenson had his “Aha“ moment 22 years ago while walking up and down the aisles of Barnes and Nobles and found a book entitled “ADD and Creativity” by Lynn Weiss. He immediately started reading the book…
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A Little Talent Goes a Long Way

The Talent Show was as popular as ever at last year's Conference on ADHD in Atlanta. And of course, it's coming back this year in St. Louis! If you'd like to sign up, you can do so here. If you're…
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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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We Learn From Each Other

Adults with ADHD are always learning about their unique ADHD characteristics. If you can’t change them, you need to find ways to accept them and build new processes to make them work. Learning from each other is one of the…
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Tell Your Story… To More People

My name is Emily Dorffer. I'd like to share with you a publication opportunity for disabled writers. With the help of staff at Johns Hopkins University, I am compiling a short story anthology exclusively featuring short stories written by people…
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