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5 Ways to Help Your Child with ADHD Thrive During the Holidays

By Lindsay Guentzel The holiday season brings joy and celebration, but for a child with ADHD, the change in routine …

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Beat the Holiday Blues: Essential Tips for Adults with ADHD

The holidays aren’t just about candy canes and cheer, particularly for adults with ADHD. This time, often associated with the …

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5 Reasons to Be Thankful for ADHD

By Elizabeth Weiss Everyone is given the opportunity to stop and consider what they’re thankful for at Thanksgiving. We all …

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Kicking Off 2023 Well: Exercise and Stimulant Medications — What You Need to Know

Experts offer tips about what people with ADHD should know about exercising while also taking stimulant medications.

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Inspiring You for a Great Start to 2023

Happy New Year 2023! Every year, millions of people see the new year as a way to reflect, look back …

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Navigating Alcohol and ADHD During the Holidays

By Lisa Fields Clinically reviewed by Dr. Raafia Muhammad, MD, MPH The holidays may not seem complete unless you toast …

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Seven Ways to Have a Sensory-friendly New Year’s Eve

By Maria Romaszkan Clinically reviewed by Dr. Raafia Muhammad, MD, MPH Are you dreading the New Year’s Eve celebrations? If …

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How To Organize Winter Break for Children with ADHD

By Maria Romaszkan Clinically reviewed by Dr. Gayle Jensen-Savoie Christmas and winter break bring about a drastic change of routine …

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Sensory Gift Ideas for Those With Neurodivergent Brains

By Brian Wu, M.D., Ph.D Clinically reviewed by Dr. Raafia Muhammad, MD, MPH If you have a friend or family …

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