TADD Talks for ADHD Awareness!


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Every year as part of ADHD Awareness Month, ADDA brings you…

TADD Talks

What’s a TADD Talk?

We Talk about ADD every day for the entire month of October!

You’ve heard of “TED” talks? Silly question. Everyone’s heard of TED talks.

TADD Talks are an ADHD-friendly riff on “TED talks.” TED talks are 18 minute presentations on a variety of interesting subjects, TADD recordings are only 9 minutes long (we do have a shorter attention span, you know!) on interesting ADHD topics.

Our speaker lineup is always amazing!  Many professionals everyone will recognize as “the best of the best” will be address virtually every topic that could be of interest to adults with ADHD throughout ADHD Awareness Month this October.

 

TADD Talk Schedule for October 2019

Keep watching right here to see what’s coming up in ADDA’s TADD Talks.

   Date    Presenter TADD Subject Link to Recording
Oct.1 Linda Roggli

The Professional Disorganizer: A Lighthearted Look at Conquering Serious ADHD Clutter

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Oct. 2 Ari Tuckman

Great Sexual Connection is Extra Important For Couples with ADHD

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Oct. 3 Sari Solden

Changing the Conversation for Helping Professionals: “Radically” ADHD

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Oct. 4 Liz Brown

Connecting ADHD and Wellness: Building a Healthy Foundation

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Oct. 5 Jeff Copper

Is Your Working Memory Working?

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Oct. 6 Mark Bertin

Mindfulness and ADHD: An Integrated Approach to Care

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Oct. 7 Roberto Olivardia

ADHD and Suicide: Specific Risk Factors, Clinical Considerations and Treatment

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Oct. 8 Sharon Saline, PsyD

What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew and How You Can Help: The 5C’s of Successful ADHD Parenting

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Oct. 9 Jonathan Hassall

Better Together in Partnership: Practices in Partnership for Couples Impacted by ADHD

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Oct. 10 Kris Mitchell, MBA, ADHD Coach

Using Fun Theory to Motivate in Everyday Life

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Oct. 11 Randy Kulman

Screen Time Use and Abuse Among Individuals with ADHD: Strategies for Clinicians, Coaches, and Professionals

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Oct. 12 Barbara Luther

Others-Over-Self Tendency: Hindrance or Help?

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Oct. 13 Patty Blinderman

Your Personal Owner’s Manual (POM): What it is and why you need one!

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Oct. 14 Eric Tivers

ADDulting with ADHD

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Oct. 15 Terry Matlen

You Mean it’s Not Just Me? A Town Hall for Women with ADHD

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Oct. 16 Casey Dixon

Manufacture Motivation with Micro-Changes

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Oct. 17 David Giwerc

Learning Styles Don’t Work for Students, Then What Does?

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Oct. 18 Christine Kotik

Finding Clients in Your Own Backyard

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Oct. 19 Nathalie Pedicelli

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Oct. 20 Linda Walker

Essential Skills for Business Success When You Have ADHD

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Oct. 21 Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster

Parenting Through The Hot Spots: Staying Cool During Transitions Like Mornings, Homework, Bedtime and Getting off Technology

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