Tag Archives: Guest Blogger

Don’t Apologize! Guest Post by Ariel Davis

ADHD Awareness, Uncategorized    October 14, 2015

  Being your own advocate means finding the resources that are out there to support you. Sound too arduous? Consider the following strategies for getting accommodations, and more. Plan ahead. If you will soon be starting a new job or just got accepted to a university, contact the disability services or human resources office well in … read more »

Mindfulness and ADHD-Guest Blogger Liz Ahmann

ADHD Awareness Book Project, ADHD Strategies    September 11, 2015

Mindfulness is a hot topic everywhere … and for everyone, it seems! Mindfulness has been shown to help with pain, stress, depression, and more! And, did you know that research shows that mindfulness is also beneficial for managing ADHD? What is mindfulness? Simply put, mindfulness is non-judgmental awareness of your present moment sensations, thoughts, and feelings. … read more »

Changing the Way We See Our ADHD Child’s Behavior-Guest Bloggers The Jennettes

ADHD in Children    August 12, 2015

Each year, we take our son to have a vision examination. Every year, for the past three years, he has needed a change of lenses. His vision has changed, and the glasses just weren’t working for him anymore. Parents of children with ADHD and trauma often feel as though the “traditional parenting lens” they use to … read more »


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