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Unwrapping the Gifts of ADD
Many articles discuss people "suffering" with ADD. What about the celebrities who owe their success, at least in part, to the "gifts" of ADD? Which of these "gifts of ADD" helped to drive their rise to the top?
Valentine's Day Cards and ADD
A BellaOnline Bundle is the perfect Valentine’s Day card for anybody with access to a computer and who loves learning. This is a card that does not clutter the house. Let me tell you how to build one—or several of these free and lovely cards for the special people in your life.
Wait Wait Don't Tell Me News Quiz Review
“Wait, Wait,… Don’t Tell Me!” is a fast-paced program that is just perfect for the person with ADD who also loves the news and current events. Creatively presented by NPR, the news is the star of the show, but the panelists and announcers are hilarious!
When My Worries Get Too Big Book Review
How many kids do you know with Attention Deficit Disorder who don’t live with anxiety? I know very few. Anxiety and ADD go hand-in-hand for many children, especially in the classroom.
When the School Calls About ADD
What should you do when the school calls you about your young child? Parents worry when the teacher mentions words like "inattention" and "hyperactive." Which actions should you take if the teacher asks for a conference?
White Noise for Sleep and ADD
People with ADD often have sleep problems. When you wake in the morning do you feel rested or tired and frustrated? Is it difficult to get to sleep and stay asleep because of noise? Maybe a white noise generator could help you. This is a review of the white noise machine that saved my sanity!
Why Some People Outgrow ADD
A widely held belief was that children grow out of their ADD. Some physicians still believe this. Is this speculation really true? New research is showing that not everybody grows out of Attention Deficit Disorder. Whether a person does or not might depend on the thickness of their brain's cortex.
Wrightslaw and Attention Deficit Disorder Review
How do you become a top-notch advocate for your child and family? Pete and Pam Wright have the answers in their website, wrightslaw.com. Learn what it takes to be an effective advocate. The information presented in wrightslaw.com is solid, well-written, and useful.
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