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This blog captures my love for researching and sharing all things ADHD.

The articles dive into topics of interest that highlight the experiences of all subtypes of ADHD and all ages of impact. They are all research-based and many include additional resources.

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Thriving Through Change with ADHD

Thriving Through Change with ADHD

Navigating Big Transitions: Thriving Through Change with ADHD Life is a series of transitions, and for individuals with ADHD, these periods of change can present unique challenges. Whether it's shifting from school year to summer vacation, starting a new job, moving...

Let’s Talk Sensory and ADHD

Let’s Talk Sensory and ADHD

“Preliminary studies in children and adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) report both hypo-responsiveness and hyper-responsiveness to sensory stimuli, as well as problems modulating sensory input.” - Panagiotidi et al 2018Let’s Talk Sensory and...

ADHD Friendly Birthday Party Planning

ADHD Friendly Birthday Party Planning

As an ADHD coach, how to handle birthday parties is a topic that I talk about with families quite frequently. Here are the main areas that come up in relation to birthdays and ADHD: Navigating the overwhelm of planning a social event as a parent with ADHD. Planning a...

ADHD and Getting Started

ADHD and Getting Started

Task initiation, also known as getting started on any task at hand, can be a huge challenge for individuals of all ages with ADHD. Sometimes it is as simple as lack of interest or motivation in the task that is causing the procrastination, but sometimes it is more...

Creating an ADHD Friendly Sleep Environment

Creating an ADHD Friendly Sleep Environment

Supporting sleep is a key component of supporting ADHD. We know that lack of sleep increases the frequency and intensity of ADHD symptoms, but we also know that sleep can be difficult for individuals with ADHD. Disrupted sleep patterns, sensory sensitivity,...