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Check out these tips for getting your child with ADHD on a cleaning routine that will help them organize their messy bedroom space.

Help Your ADHD Child Take Control of That Messy Bedroom

Help children with ADHD keep their rooms tidy with expert tips on organization. Focus on clear expectations, breaking tasks down, routines, simplicity, visual cues, and positive reinforcement.

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How to Plan Summer for Your Kids — When You Have ADHD

Struggling with ADHD as a parent during summer? Discover expert tips to create structure, manage screen time, and plan stress-free vacations for a smoother season.

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ADHD and Childhood Trauma: Unraveling The Complex Link

Research shows a strong link between ADHD and childhood trauma. Studies indicate children with adverse experiences are more likely to develop ADHD. Effective therapies include EMDR and somatic approaches.

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Traveling With ADHD? Check Out These Tips to Help You Pack!

Traveling with ADHD can be challenging. Discover expert tips on organized packing, vocal inventories, color coding, and more to simplify your journey.

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What Does ADHD Actually Feel Like? Five People Tell Us All

Supporting Your ADHD Kid During the Summer Months

Help your ADHD child thrive during summer with structured routines, continued support, engaging activities, and healthy habits. Foster skills and confidence for a smooth transition back to school.

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A Guide to Summer Jobs for ADHD Teens

Discover the benefits of summer jobs for ADHD teens, from boosting self-esteem to improving executive function. Get expert tips to help your teen succeed.

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Episode 83. An ADHD Refresh on the Art of Talking to Children

Discover how to raise independent, confident, and empathetic kids through meaningful conversations. Learn insights from Rebecca Rolland’s book, The Art of Talking to Children.

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Episode 82. Empowering Neurodiverse Athletes with Michael Shipper

Explore how sports can benefit children with ADHD with expert Michael Shipper. Learn which activities suit them best and how to foster their love for exercise.

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Join Our ADHD Research Study

Mentavi Health is conducting ADHD research and is accepting a limited number of participants. Participants in our clinical study will get an ADHD Assessment at no cost. 

Who can join?
  • Age 19+
  • Primary language is English
  • Not previously diagnosed with ADHD
  • Not a current patient of ADHD Online or Mentavi Health
  • A resident of any of the 50 US states or DC (not including Puerto Rico or other territories)
Why participate?
Your involvement will help improve mental health care for everyone.

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