Category Archives: ADHD Strategies

How to Survive Small Talk with ADHD

ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    October 1, 2018

Hate small talk? Does the thought of making small talk fill you with dread? You’re not alone. Most people dislike idle chitchat because it feels fake and like a waste of time. If you have ADHD it is likely that making small talk is one of your top least favorite things to do. Over the years … read more »

What is your ADHD Procrastination Style?

ADHD Strategies    August 1, 2018

Do you feel like you are always playing catch up, missing deadlines, or putting off activities you planned to do for things that are less important?  If so, you are not alone.  Twenty percent of individuals identify themselves as procrastinators. According to researchers, procrastination has more than quadrupled in the last 30 years!  Procrastination has become … read more »

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Finish The School Year Strong!

ADHD in Children, ADHD Strategies    April 30, 2018

We are excited to have a guest blogger – Lisa Marsicano, MAT, Executive Function Skills Specialist at Solutions for Student Success, LLC.  We know that as you approach the end of the school year, it can be difficult to stay motivated. The stress of grades and looming exams put a strain on students and parents alike. Our suggestion: … read more »