2023 Professional ADHD Resources

These 2023 professional ADHD resources are gathered here for the use of the following professionals:

  • Health Care & Mental Health Care Workers
  • Educators (preschool-college)

These are ADHD resources you may find useful, some of which have been featured in our monthly “Positive Steps” newsletter.


The Simulation Exercises That Expand Educators’ Understanding of Neurodivergent Students

Suzanne Robertshaw, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on March 21, 2023

Preventing meltdowns before they happen: A classroom guide

Brittney Newcomer, MS, NCSP, Reviewed by Andrew Kahn, Psy.D., Understood Email 03/25/2023, Understood, Copyright © 2014-2023 Understood for All Inc.

8 Ways We Think Teachers Should Rethink Homework

Sandra Rief, M.A., ADHD Parenting, School & Learning, For Teachers, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on January 18, 2023.

Meeting the Challenges ADHD Presents for Students

CHADD, ADHD Weekly, September 1, 2022.

The 3 types of self-control

Gail Belsky, Reviewed by Andrew Kahn, PsyD, Understood, Copyright © 2014–2022 Understood for All Inc

Health & Mental Health Care

Psychometric Testing for ADHD and the Diagnostic Process

Greg Laub, Director, Video, MedPage Today, April 24, 2023, ADHD in the News 2023-04-27, CHADD

ADHD tied to higher fracture risk in children

Lori Solomon, Medical Xpress, April 24, 2023, ADHD in the News 2023-04-27, CHADD

Trends in Stimulant Prescription Fills Among Commercially Insured Children and Adults – United States, 2016-2021

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, March 31, 2023, CHADD ADHD Newstand for Adults, Attention Magazine Monthly, March 30, 2023 [Download Fact Sheet available.]

Stress levels sky high for families of neurodiverse kids

Lauren Sydoruk, Curtin University, Medical Xpress, February 13, 2023.

Why We Need U.S. Guidelines for Adults with ADHD

Maggie Sibley, Ph.D., Anne Childress, M.D., ADHD for Professionals, ADHD Diagnosis in Adults, ADDitude Magazine, Updated December 22, 2022.

Study: Cardiovascular Disease Twice as Likely in Adults with ADHD

Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman, ADHD News & Research, ADDitude Magazine, Updated on November 11, 2022