May We Introduce You To Our New Monthly Newsletter, Positive Steps!

We are excited to share with you the launch of our new monthly newsletter, Positive Steps! We knew we had to find a way to improve our method of sharing ADHD information and resources with you in a timely and more efficient manner. ADHD information continues to increase monthly. Our volunteers have worked hard the last couple of months sharing ideas, looking at numerous newsletters, and drafting newsletter samples to devise a format that best suits our organization and stay true to our mission.

What’s In The Positive Steps Newsletter?

The newsletter is designed so you can zero in on the information you need. Here’s a brief overview of what you will see each month:

  • May We Introduce You To
    • The feature article of the newsletter. It will be a look at a specific service provider on a local, state, or national level. It may also cover an exceptional educational resource such as a special app, article, blog, book, podcast, or webinar.
  • ADHD Groups
    • Will address specific populations:
      • Youth (4-17 years)
      • Adults (18-60+ years)
      • Professionals
      • Will provide you with specific information you can use. For example, Youth covers information on ADHD for early childhood, elementary, and adolescents. The Adult section provides information for college age, adults, and senior individuals. Our professional level is for health care, mental health care, social workers, educators, ADHD life coaches, and employers.
  • ADHD Lifestyle
    • Will cover nutrition, sleep, exercise, stress reduction, mindfulness and more.
  • Brainstorm
    • Will give you the opportunity to take a scientific look into ADHD.
  • ADHD Basics
    • Will give you a wide range of ADHD information to choose from. It will cover everyday essential topics to successfully manage and live with ADHD. In this section you will find:
      • ADHD ABCs
      • Unique ADHD section on Family, School, Relationships, Couples, Work, Women & ADHD
      • Organization Tips
      • And more
  • Did You Know
    • Will address facts and myths about ADHD.
  • In Case You Missed It
    • Will direct you to past articles, podcasts, webinars, or other information that you may not have heard about and give you the option to review it.

Many of the sections above will begin to be integrated onto our website. Watch for changes as we rearrange the website to better serve you!

When Will I Receive The Positive Steps Newsletter?

The newsletter will come out the first Wednesday of each month and it’s a free service of A-D-A-M℠. You may subscribe and find back issues of the newsletter on our Newsletter Archive page by clicking below.

We hope you will give the newsletter a try. Our goal is to include information on a comprehensive level, so each issue has useful information for our big ADHD community that we all belong to. You may also unsubscribe at any time.

We look forward to offering you this new service to help keep you informed about everything ADHD. Please email us your comments at adaminc@charter.net.

Disclaimer:  A-D-A-M℠ provides information about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in the form of resources, including articles, books, videos, and websites, as well as links to directories to help you find health professionals, services and facilities that provide services for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.  This information and these directories are provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by A-D-A-M℠; and to the best of A-D-A-M’s knowledge are true and accurate at the time of publication.  A-D-A-M℠ makes no claim, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the contents found in this information and in these directories, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions.  Although great care is given to the composition and contents provided, A-D-A-M℠ cannot guarantee the correctness of the nature and contents of the information.  Any person or entity that relies on any information obtained through these resources does so at his or her own risk.