Managing Adult ADHD – The 5 Rules ADDers Should Live By Do you feel like you're on a treadmill? Managing the daily details of life with adult ADHD is hard. Deadlines at work come and go, unmet. Print Version - Five Tibetan Rites By Mary Kurus Copyright Mary Kurus 2001, All Rights Reserved Background In 1985 a book called The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth written by Peter Kelder was published which for the first time fully described an exercise program for "youthing".
ADHD rings such a bell with me, says Rory Bremner 23 May 2011Last updated at 01:56 Rory Bremner says he was "scatty" as a child Comedian Rory Bremner has found success in his ability to switch between impersonating many different people. But behind this comic persona is a man who struggles to focus, loses the thread and takes on too many tasks that can leave his personal and professional life in disarray. Bremner had always put his chaotic lifestyle down to his personality. What Causes ADHD? ADHD is a disorder of the mind, affecting attention, behavior, and other so-called “higher mental functions.” As such, its underlying cause is complex and not completely understood. The human brain The brain is responsible for controlling most aspects of bodily and mental function. Recent Research: “First Direct Genetic Link” (Maybe) The study’s lead investigator, Professor Anita Thapar, explains the important new research behind the headlines. Congratulations and gratitude go to the hardworking scientists who teased out this discovery. As for the reporting of this research, ADHD Cyber Command finds that some did better than others, especially in implying that until now we had no evidence that ADHD wasn’t caused by bad parenting or that this is the first news of a genetic link to ADHD.
The A.D.D. Clinic is an outpatient psychiatric office specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of, A.D.D. Clinic, Inc Las Vegas, NV dodson Real-World Office Management of ADHD in Adults This article is reproduced with permission from William Dodson, M.D. …In the real world of psychiatric practice, we see every patient who comes through the door. We use only active treatments, and we persist until we find the best one for a particular patient. Award on Social Media Use in Formal Language Teaching Contexts Are you a language teacher in Europe and do you happen to use social media tools in your curriculum? If this is the case, you can join a competition hosted by the European network “Language Learning and Social Media – 6 Key Dialogues” and use your skills to win 1000 € to spend on technical equipment for your classroom! The aim for this competition is to identify good use of social media in formal language teaching environments and to [...] make an award to the best practice for its contribution to understanding the innovative nature of social media technologies in classrooms. The top 10 practices will receive a certificate and promotion from LLSM in a dedicated showcase, the overall winner of the top 10 will then receive the prize of 1000 € and an invitation to the award ceremony that will take place next year in Warsaw. Deadline for the application is July 30th 2011.
Adult ADHD and "Time Blindness": Dr. Russell Barkley's Tactics for Taming That Trickster, Time Time. That's one word that always makes the top of the list when I ask adults in our local CHADD discussion group to name their top ADHD-related challenges. Keeping track of time.Estimating the time it will take to complete a project.Planning for future time instead of getting totally wrapped up in present time. Managing time is a constant challenge for most humans, especially in our speeded-up age. ADDitude: Information on Attention Deficit Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Parenting and More Dr. Bill Dodson is a board-certified adult psychiatrist who has specialized in adults with ADHD for the last 23 years. He has written on how the basic research on ADHD can be applied to everyday clinical practice. Dr. Dodson is currently in private practice in Denver, Colorado, at the Dodson ADHD Center.
How do you describe ADHD to a non-ADHDer? Note to the reader: This is my 400th blog post How do you describe ADHD to a non-ADHDer? At the mere mention of the word many will conjure up images of a disheveled boy who is literally bouncing off the walls. (Of course girls can have ADHD but that’s not the first image that usually comes to mind.) To make matters worse, the very name of our “gift” — Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder — adds additional confusion. Some ADHDers do not have the “H” component [note ] and, therefore, are thought not to have ADHD at all.
Women and ADHD: Hormones, Puberty, Menopause, Menstration, Period Slide 1 of 5 ADDitude Magazine Do your ADD symptoms worsen at certain times of the month? Is your thinking a little fuzzier the week before your period? Are you organized and efficient at mid-cycle? Doctors who treat women with ADHD have noted correlations between ADHD symptoms and hormonal fluctuations, not only monthly but over the lifetime of a woman. “Digital natives” need help understanding search A report from Ethnographic Research in Illinois Academic Libraries documents research done on "digital native" college students to evaluate their skill with refining searches, evaluating search results, and navigating thorny questions of authority and trust in online sources. The researchers concluded that despite their subjects' fluency with the technology, the mental models and critical thinking they brought to bear on search results had real problems: The prevalence of Google in student research is well-documented, but the Illinois researchers found something they did not expect: students were not very good at using Google. They were basically clueless about the logic underlying how the search engine organizes and displays its results. Consequently, the students did not know how to build a search that would return good sources. (For instance, limiting a search to news articles, or querying specific databases such as Google Book Search or Google Scholar.)