fbpx

Articles

yellow-diamond

Search by:

Alcohol and Cannabis Can Be Dangerous for People With ADHD
Articles

Alcohol, Cannabis and ADHD: What You Should Know

ADHD increases the risk of substance use disorders. Learn how impulsivity and self-medication with alcohol or cannabis can impact ADHD symptoms and treatment.

Read now
A frustrated woman is chatting with her mental health doctor. She is giving her some advice on how to deal with the complexities of life.
Articles

Relax! Stimulant Meds for ADHD Do Not Lead to Substance Abuse

Stimulant medications for ADHD don’t increase substance abuse risk; untreated ADHD does. Proper treatment reduces self-medication and substance abuse likelihood.

Read now
Adderall shortage
Articles

The Adderall Shortage Continues — Here’s Some Expert Advice

Nationwide Adderall shortage persists nearly a year after FDA announcement. Learn how to manage ADHD medication challenges with expert tips and stay updated.

Read now
Social anxiety
Articles

When It’s Not Just Shyness: ADHD and Social Anxiety

Struggling with social anxiety and ADHD? Learn about symptoms, triggers, and expert tips for managing both conditions effectively for a balanced life.

Read now
Daughter kissing her mom with sea in the background
Articles

How to Navigate Parenthood When You Have ADHD

Parenting with ADHD can be challenging, but with professional support, self-care, and organization, you can thrive. Discover tips to manage ADHD and enhance your parenting skills.

Read now
Refocused Podcast: The Mental Health Issues that Often Come with ADHD
Articles

Refocused Podcast: The Mental Health Issues that Often Come with ADHD

Explore the Refocused podcast, hosted by Lyndsay Guentzel, for insights on managing ADHD and its common comorbidities like depression and anxiety. Listen now!

Read now
African American mother preparing her little daughter for school
Articles

Tips for an ADHD Parent Helping Kids Go Back to School

Struggling with back-to-school anxiety as a parent with ADHD? Discover practical tips to streamline routines, manage symptoms, and support your child’s success.

Read now
Close up of girl hold pills and jar in her hands
Articles

Is Your ADHD Medication Meeting Your Goals?

New to ADHD meds as an adult? Discover how to set realistic expectations, establish goals, and track side effects to find the right treatment with your prescriber.

Read now
College Students
Articles

Five Steps to Make College Easier For Students with ADHD

Navigating college with ADHD can be tough, but self-care and accommodations can help. Discover tips to manage your studies and thrive in higher education.

Read now

The system is experiencing technical issues scheduling new appointments.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We understand the importance of making an appointment, and this issue is our top priority.

Please reach out to us via chat or call us at 888-493-ADHD (2343) and we will assist you. If we are not available, please leave us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

The ADHD Online Team

Provide this form to your local practitioner. You could:

  • Send this link
  • Email the pdf
  • Print it out and bring it to your appointment

Ask your practitioner
to complete the form

In this form, your practitioner will request that ADHD Online continue to provide uninterrupted care

Return the form to us

You or your practitioner can return this form to us via email or fax it to 616-210-3118

Looking to take our Assessment?
It's available every day, anytime, and anywhere convenient for you!

Looking to schedule your next appointment?

Our portal is always open to schedule your next appointment. However, in-person phone support and live chats will be unavailable on Thursday, July 4, and Friday, July 5. Please submit a request or leave a voice message, and we will prioritize them upon our return.

We genuinely appreciate your understanding. Full-office operations will resume on Monday, July 8.

Already on our Treatment Path?

Each clinician sets their own holiday hours, so please check with them for their availability.

ADHD Online will be closed on June 19th in observance of Juneteenth.

Live support will be unavailable while we’re closed but you can always submit a request or leave a voice message. We’ll get back to you when we return on Thursday, June 20th.

Each of our clinicians sets their own holiday hours. Check with your doctor for availability.

Looking to take our Assessment? That’s available all day, every day, whenever and wherever is best for you!