ADHD Awareness Month
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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 2021

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, PCC

Lessons Learned from Writing an ADHD Book

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Oct. 2 Sari Solden, MS, LMFT

The Hero’s Journey: How I Got Out of My Basement and into the World!

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Oct. 3 Gene Carroccia, Psy.D.

My ADHDology Hero’s Journey

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Oct. 4 Terry Matlen, LMSW

Women with ADHD: How to Feel Less Lonely and More Connected- Don’t Go it Alone- Go Google!

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Oct. 5 Alan Brown

My “Mess to Success” ADHD Hero’s Journey

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Oct. 6 Jeff Copper, MBA, ACG, PCAC, PCC

Fighting Adversity to Get to the Root Cause

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Oct. 7 Doc Anderson

Creating YOUR Hero Story

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Oct. 8 Elizabeth Brink

My Body is The Real Hero

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Oct. 9 Liz Lewis

It’s not just about ADHD

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Oct. 10 Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA

Strategies Are Great, But. . .

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Oct. 11 Annette Tabour

The Hero is Me

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Oct. 12 Sharon Saline, PsyD

Troubled about time: Tips and Tools I’ve learned to work with my time management challenges

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Oct. 13 Aron Croft, M.S.

What’s Wrong With Me? Harvard to Minimum Wage

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Oct. 14 Nikki Kinzer

What Does Acceptance Have To Do With a Task Manager System?

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Oct. 15 Diane Dempster, CPC, PCC

My Hero’s Journey

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Oct. 16 Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D

Initiating and Completing this TADD Talk

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Oct. 17 Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, PCC

 Hindsight is 20-20: Adult Diagnosis of ADHD

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Oct. 18 Caroline Maguire, M. Ed.

My Socially Anxious Self: From a Tween to Today

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Oct. 19 David Giwerc

Embracing Your Unique Brain Wiring and Its strengths

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Oct. 20 Julie Skolnick

Applying a Strengths Based Approach to Raising and Loving your 2e Child

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Oct. 21 Monica Hassall

Five “Must do” Connection strategies to unleash your ADHD Super hero powers

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Oct. 22 Jonathan Hassall

Just one thing

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Oct. 23 Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells, MD

Finding the Right Medication

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Oct. 24 Jenna Knight

Turning Frustration Into Triumph

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Oct. 25 Casey Dixon and Melanie Sobocinski

From Doctorate to Diagnosis

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Oct. 26 Linda Walker

Redefining Your Own Success

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Oct. 27 Seth Perler

Daydreams Too Much

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Oct. 28 Duane Gordon

Whose Hero Will You Be?

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Oct. 29 Bruce Eastman

Getting off the race track.

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Oct. 30 Melissa Reskof

TBA

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Oct. 31 Sarah Kesty

The ADHD Hero in Our Minds!

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