Time can be a tricky thing when you have ADHD. That’s because many ADHDers experience what is referred to as time insensitivity or time blindness. They have difficulty gauging the passage of time accurately which often results in getting lost in various tasks and activities; chronic lateness and missed deadlines; and overpromising but underdelivering on […]
ADHD can present itself in many different ways and can feel very different for one person, versus another. This video outlines the many varied ways that ADHD can present.
Children with ADHD are sometimes exhausting. They ask us to play tag. To set up the easel. To go for a bike ride. We feel the pressure to make dinner or run errands or clean house, so we say “no” — almost out of habit. But what if the trust and bond you created by saying “yes” was transformative?
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.
Four easy tips that will help your child with ADHD (and the rest of your family!) declutter and get organised. From setting ground rules to creating an ADHD-friendly closet, these expert tips will turn your messy child into a neatnik.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that can affect your child’s success at school, as well as their relationships. The symptoms of ADHD vary and are sometimes difficult to recognise.