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The links between ADHD and Suicide

Discover the link between ADHD and suicide, learn key stats, and find out how to help. Understand the signs and take action during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

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Autism and ADHD: More Alike Than Different?

Discover the overlap between ADHD and autism, their differences, and effective coping strategies for both diagnoses to better support your child.

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ADHD and School Sports: Pros and Cons

Discover the pros and cons of school sports for children with ADHD. Understand how sports can boost self-esteem, self-control, and social skills, but also come with challenges like distractibility and emotional regulation.

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Episode 12. Managing your ADHD without medication

Discover effective ADHD treatments beyond medication with insights from Dr. Gregory Harms and mental health advocate Lindsay Guentzel. Explore therapy, mindfulness, and more.

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Think You’ve Told Your Therapist Too Much? You Haven’t

Feel like you’ve overshared in therapy? Learn why sharing more can actually help your therapist treat ADHD and other conditions effectively.

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We’re always here for mental health.

Join us in raising ADHD awareness and supporting mental health year-round. Access top-notch care, flexible assessments, and valuable resources to live your best life.

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Is It ADHD or Your Thyroid … Or Is It Both?

Discover the overlapping symptoms of ADHD and thyroid disorders, their potential links, and the importance of treating each condition separately for effective symptom relief.

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Understanding Hyperfocus and How to Make It Work For You

Discover the phenomenon of hyperfocus in ADHD, its causes, and how to harness it effectively. Learn practical tips to turn this intense focus into a superpower.

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COVID-19 Is Hitting the ADHD Community Hard…In More Ways Than One

COVID-19 disproportionately impacts the ADHD community, increasing infection severity and hospitalization rates. Treatment reduces these risks and improves outcomes.

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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