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How To Organize Family Holidays When You Have ADHD

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By Maria Romaszkan Organizing family holidays can be overwhelming for anyone, especially when you have ADHD. It’s everything people with ADHD often struggle with: time management, planning and prioritizing, forgetfulness, perfectionism and impulsive spending. How can you make organizing the family gathering less stressful and enjoy your Christmas or other… 

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Menopause and ADHD

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By Brian Wu, MD, PhD Clinically reviewed by Dr. Raafia Muhammad, MD, MPH ADHD is often thought of as a “childhood” condition, but many people will continue to have symptoms of this disorder throughout their entire lifespan. The National Institutes of Health estimates that overall prevalence of ADHD is 4.4%… 

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She was diagnosed with ADHD in her 40s, and now so much about her past makes sense

When Mayna McVey began feeling heart palpitations in 2020, she thought the cause was drinking too much tea. “I didn’t recognize palpitations as anxiety right away until I went to my doctor. She asked me a series of questions and I scored moderate with anxiety and depression,” says McVey. McVey… 

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Time Blindness and ADHD

By Sarah Ludwig Rausch About two years ago, I essentially banned myself from Facebook because I totally lose track of time while I’m scrolling through. Every single time, and then I emerge an hour or two later, horrified when I see how much time I’ve just wasted. That’s how it… 

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International Day of the Girl

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Celebrating International Day of the Girl with ADHD Online  Girls are strong, powerful, extraordinary leaders and change-makers in all aspects of life, and today – International Day of the Girl – we recognize and celebrate girls everywhere.   Women exude empowerment, and sometimes their capabilities and strengths are overlooked and even… 

Adhd: myths vs. Facts

ADHD: Myths vs. Facts

October doesn’t have to be filled with scary myths, especially about diagnoses that affect our mental health. That’s why ADHD Online is kicking off this month – just in time for ADHD Awareness Month – with 5 Common Myths about ADHD and debunking them all, with facts you need to… 

ADHD Online will be closed on January 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday. 

Live support will be unavailable on Monday, January 16. Send us an email or leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible when we return on Tuesday, January 17.

Please note that each clinician sets their holiday hours and may be processing your requests during this time or they may be out as well.

As always, you can still take our assessment at anytime online, whenever and wherever is best for you. 

ADHD Online corporate offices will be closed on December 23, 26, and on Monday, January 2 in observance of the holidays.

As always, you can still take our assessment at any time online, whenever and wherever is best for you.

Please note that each clinician sets their holiday hours and may be processing your requests during this time or they may be out as well.

Happy Holidays from the team at ADHD Online!

Our ADHD Online corporate office will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 so our employees can enjoy this special time with their families. 

As always, you can still take our assessment at any time online, whenever and wherever is best for you.

Please note that each clinician sets their own holiday hours and may be processing your requests during this time or they may be out as well.

We will resume normal business hours Monday, November 28. Thank you for your understanding and patience as our staff enjoys time with family to celebrate the Holiday.

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Assessments

Assessment services are available in all 50 states.

Assessment and Treatment Plan Development & Implementation**

The patient completes our asynchronous assessment and receives the report from a doctorate-level psychologist within 3-5 days.

The patient schedules an initial appointment with one of our providers to develop a treatment plan through a secure virtual appointment.

The patient schedules subsequent follow-up visits with our providers for ADHD medical treatment or behavioral therapy.

**If available in your state

Assessment and
Treatment Plan Development**

The patient completes our asynchronous assessment and receives the report from a doctorate-level psychologist within 3-5 days.

The patient schedules an initial appointment with one of our providers to develop a treatment plan through a secure virtual appointment. We provide you and your patient with a copy of our full report. You take it from there.

**If available in your state

Assessment

The patient completes our asynchronous assessment and receives the report from a doctorate-level psychologist within 3-5 days.

We provide you and your patient with a copy of our full report. You take it from there.

Assessments available in:

All 50 states

Medical Treatment available in:

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Virginia
Washington
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Teletherapy available in:

Georgia 
Michigan 
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Ohio
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Pennsylvania
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*Prescriptions via telemedicine for Schedule II (stimulants) medications are not permitted by state law in South Carolina. Patients can receive prescriptions from our providers for non-stimulant medications. 

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Prescriptions via telemedicine for Schedule II (stimulants) medications are not permitted by state law in South Carolina. Patients can receive prescriptions from our providers for non-stimulant medications.