Message from the Editor

Happy ADHD Awareness Month!

The month may be coming to a close, but the work we do to build awareness and support for adults with ADHD is as important as ever. Share your story of hope today by visiting our  ADHD Awareness page.

This month’s edition of the ADDA Insider puts the spotlight on two women and one small group of dedicated people making a difference for adults with ADHD. Don’t miss out on the second part of a three-part interview series with Sari Solden and a stellar interview with ADHD coach Linda Walker written by “ADHD Heroes” author, Judy Brenis. Last but certainly not least, find out what ADDA members said when we asked them about disclosing ADHD at work.

This month you’ll also find that references to books or programs in our new articles have links to where you can find them. If you are considering purchasing a book or product on Amazon, please consider using Amazon Smile and marking the Attention Deficit Disorder Association as your chosen charity. A portion of all proceeds go directly to non-profit organizations so you can help adults with ADHD just by shopping!
This month and every month,

Believe in yourself!

Michelle Frank, Psy.D.

ADDA Insider Editor



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