Memory and the ADHD brain is a tricky topic. We want to remember Aunt Sarah’s birthday. We should remember Aunt Sarah’s birthday. We forget Aunt Sarah’s birthday.
Sure, everyone forgets important dates and appointments sometimes, but for ADHD folks, it’s more of a regular happenstance. It’s frustrating, to say the least, not to mention embarrassing or potentially serious (forgetting a work deadline can be devastating).
In this session, we’ll dive deeply into memory = what science knows (and doesn’t) and how it applies to our ADHD brains. Then we’ll go down the rabbit hole labeled “Solutions” to see if any of them hold up for the ADHD adult.
Join us for this fascinating webinar with Linda Roggli, PCC, who never claims to remember Aunt Sarah’s birthday (actually, she doesn’t even HAVE an Aunt Sarah…), but does promise to share her understanding of memory and ADHD.
Who: Linda Roggli, PCC
Linda Roggli, PCC, is an award-winning author and founder of the ADDiva Network which supports ADHD women who are 40-and-better. She is also the co-founder of the acclaimed ADHD Women’s Palooza, an online week devoted to women with ADHD. Her book, Confessions of an ADDiva-midlife in the non-linear lane (2011) won first prize in the Next Generation Indy Book awards. She is a contributing author to The Distracted Couple: The Impact of ADHD on Relationships (2013). Linda is a Professional Certified Coach and retreat facilitator for women and ADHD couples. She chairs the Webinar Committee for ADDA and served on its board of directors. She is a sought-after speaker at conferences. She is the ADHD expert on selfhelp.com and blogs for ADDitude magazine and sixtyandme.com. She and her husband live in North Carolina with two adorable Shelties who almost certainly have ADHD.