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ADHD Experts Podcast

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ADHD Experts Podcast

ADHD Experts Podcast

ADDitude

145
Followers
719
Plays
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Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life.Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/tag/webinar

Latest Episodes

324- Social Emotional Learning for Children with ADHD in Quarantine

Social distancing has isolated and stressed all of us, but it has caused kids with ADHD to lose valuable opportunities to practice social skills, and make and keep friends. Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., ACCG, PCC, advises parents on what they can do at home.

60 min2 d ago
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324- Social Emotional Learning for Children with ADHD in Quarantine

323- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adults

Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., surveys the latest research on ADHD in adults, how to ensure an accurate diagnosis, how to identify the detailed risks within each domain of impairment, and key recommendations and treatments to address symptoms.

63 min1 w ago
Comments
323- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adults

322- “My Child’s Handwriting Is So Messy!” Strategies for Improving Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia impairs handwriting & keyboarding, but also fine motor functions (like tying shoelaces), and so can affect self-esteem as well as academics. Lindsey Biel, M.A., OTR/L, shares practical strategies for children with this learning disability.

61 min2 w ago
Comments
322- “My Child’s Handwriting Is So Messy!” Strategies for Improving Dysgraphia

321- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adolescents

As Timothy E. Wilens, M.D., shares, preventive education, a proper diagnosis of ADHD and comorbid conditions, and the identification of “stress points” will ease the transition to adulthood and set teens up for a successful launch.

60 min3 w ago
Comments
321- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adolescents

320- 2e 101: Understanding and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Children

Michael Postma, Ed.D., shares the latest research on the twice-exceptional brain, why children who are gifted and have a learning disability or disorder like ADHD often struggle with social-emotional growth, and how to best support them.

61 minAUG 26
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320- 2e 101: Understanding and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Children

319- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Children

Adelaide S. Robb, M.D., discusses the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, how to identify and manage common challenges, and best practices with an eye to improving children's outcomes in school and social life.

59 minAUG 18
Comments
319- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Children

318- Rev Up Your Child’s Executive Functions for a Successful School Year

If you've tried teaching executive function skills that never seem to “stick,” there is good news: You can train your child’s ADHD brain to pay attention and follow through with these strategies from Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Sautter, MA, CCC.

63 minAUG 14
Comments
318- Rev Up Your Child’s Executive Functions for a Successful School Year

317- Ready, Set, Pivot: How to Prepare Your Kids (and Yourself) for an Unfamiliar School Year

As schools prepare to reopen with some hybrid mix of in-person and remote learning — and a whole lot of uncertainty — Sharon Saline, Psy.D., helps parents address anxiety and set up daily routines that reduce conflict and build skills for independence.

52 minAUG 6
Comments
317- Ready, Set, Pivot: How to Prepare Your Kids (and Yourself) for an Unfamiliar School Year

316- "You're So Emotional!" Why ADHD Brains Wrestle with Emotional Regulation

Emotional dysregulation is often seen in people with ADHD, starting in childhood and lasting into adulthood. Understand how anger problems fit into attention deficit and effective treatments for learning emotional control from Joel Nigg, Ph.D.

61 minAUG 5
Comments
316- "You're So Emotional!" Why ADHD Brains Wrestle with Emotional Regulation

315- A Parent's Guide to Advocating Objectively at School When Behavior Impedes Learning

Children with ADHD are often labeled at school. Rachel Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, informs parents what to expect from a functional behavior assessment and how to advocate for objective language in your child's behavior intervention plan.

61 minAUG 4
Comments
315- A Parent's Guide to Advocating Objectively at School When Behavior Impedes Learning

Latest Episodes

324- Social Emotional Learning for Children with ADHD in Quarantine

Social distancing has isolated and stressed all of us, but it has caused kids with ADHD to lose valuable opportunities to practice social skills, and make and keep friends. Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., ACCG, PCC, advises parents on what they can do at home.

60 min2 d ago
Comments
324- Social Emotional Learning for Children with ADHD in Quarantine

323- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adults

Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D., surveys the latest research on ADHD in adults, how to ensure an accurate diagnosis, how to identify the detailed risks within each domain of impairment, and key recommendations and treatments to address symptoms.

63 min1 w ago
Comments
323- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adults

322- “My Child’s Handwriting Is So Messy!” Strategies for Improving Dysgraphia

Dysgraphia impairs handwriting & keyboarding, but also fine motor functions (like tying shoelaces), and so can affect self-esteem as well as academics. Lindsey Biel, M.A., OTR/L, shares practical strategies for children with this learning disability.

61 min2 w ago
Comments
322- “My Child’s Handwriting Is So Messy!” Strategies for Improving Dysgraphia

321- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adolescents

As Timothy E. Wilens, M.D., shares, preventive education, a proper diagnosis of ADHD and comorbid conditions, and the identification of “stress points” will ease the transition to adulthood and set teens up for a successful launch.

60 min3 w ago
Comments
321- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Adolescents

320- 2e 101: Understanding and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Children

Michael Postma, Ed.D., shares the latest research on the twice-exceptional brain, why children who are gifted and have a learning disability or disorder like ADHD often struggle with social-emotional growth, and how to best support them.

61 minAUG 26
Comments
320- 2e 101: Understanding and Supporting Twice-Exceptional Children

319- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Children

Adelaide S. Robb, M.D., discusses the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, how to identify and manage common challenges, and best practices with an eye to improving children's outcomes in school and social life.

59 minAUG 18
Comments
319- Navigating the Life Stages of ADHD: Key Concerns in Diagnosing and Treating Children

318- Rev Up Your Child’s Executive Functions for a Successful School Year

If you've tried teaching executive function skills that never seem to “stick,” there is good news: You can train your child’s ADHD brain to pay attention and follow through with these strategies from Rebecca Branstetter, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Sautter, MA, CCC.

63 minAUG 14
Comments
318- Rev Up Your Child’s Executive Functions for a Successful School Year

317- Ready, Set, Pivot: How to Prepare Your Kids (and Yourself) for an Unfamiliar School Year

As schools prepare to reopen with some hybrid mix of in-person and remote learning — and a whole lot of uncertainty — Sharon Saline, Psy.D., helps parents address anxiety and set up daily routines that reduce conflict and build skills for independence.

52 minAUG 6
Comments
317- Ready, Set, Pivot: How to Prepare Your Kids (and Yourself) for an Unfamiliar School Year

316- "You're So Emotional!" Why ADHD Brains Wrestle with Emotional Regulation

Emotional dysregulation is often seen in people with ADHD, starting in childhood and lasting into adulthood. Understand how anger problems fit into attention deficit and effective treatments for learning emotional control from Joel Nigg, Ph.D.

61 minAUG 5
Comments
316- "You're So Emotional!" Why ADHD Brains Wrestle with Emotional Regulation

315- A Parent's Guide to Advocating Objectively at School When Behavior Impedes Learning

Children with ADHD are often labeled at school. Rachel Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, informs parents what to expect from a functional behavior assessment and how to advocate for objective language in your child's behavior intervention plan.

61 minAUG 4
Comments
315- A Parent's Guide to Advocating Objectively at School When Behavior Impedes Learning

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