Are you a woman with ADHD?
Would you like to take part in research about your experience as a woman living with ADHD?
This research is about exploring the experiences of women with ADHD in relation to how
they perceive ADHD has, and continues to, influence their lives. The purpose of this study
is to inform approaches to intervention and support for young girls and women with ADHD.
All you need is love, right? Wrong. If you or your partner has ADHD, follow these rules to foster communication, build trust, and reciprocate support.
Six quick and easy ADHD relationship tools
New research is showing that the ADHD brain can be particularly effective at three types of cognition that form the basis of creative thinking: divergent thinking, conceptual expansion and overcoming knowledge constraints, making ADHD an asset in fields where innovation and creativity are paramount.
Part of the reason ADHD is often missed is that people expect the symptoms to be loud and in-your-face. The stereotypical ADHDer is a little boy who’s running all over the place. An actual ADHDer, of course, can be any age or gender and have any temperament.
There is a whole world outside of ADHD. Enjoying being active in the outdoors helped author, Todd Holt to manage his ADHD and he feels it is something our children need to see.