ADHD Webinar & Podcast Resources

ADDitude Magazine is one of the oldest national and international resources on ADHD from childhood to adulthood. They maintain a large archive of articles, newsletters, webinars, and podcasts not only on ADHD but also on related issues and conditions. Here is a brief listing of their most recent webinars and podcasts to get you started on your summer learning. You can go to this link anytime to check out the future and past webinars and podcasts.

ADHD Webinar & Podcast Resources

How Emotional Dysregulation & ADHD Transform Teen Relationships from Messes to Minefields

Ellen B. Littman, Ph.D., Past ADDitude Webinar (Podcast #398), Originally broadcast on April 26, 2022

“I Can’t Focus!” When ADHD Impacts Your Child’s Math & Writing Performance

Ann Dolin, M.Ed., Past ADDitude Webinar (Podcast #397), Originally broadcast on April 20, 2022

Why Adults with ADHD Abandon Medication – And How to Improve Treatment Outcomes

William W. Dodson, MD, LF – APA, Past ADDitude Webinar (Podcast #396), Originally broadcast on April 13, 2022.

Start with ‘Hello’: How to Reduce Social Anxiety and Foster Connections

Sharon Saline, Psy.D., ADDitude Past Webinar (Podcast #395), Originally broadcast on April 6, 2022.

What Is Your Child’s Sensory Profile? Strategies for Supporting Children with ADHD and SPD

Candace Peterson, MS, OTRL, ADDitude Past Webinar (Podcast # 394), Originally broadcast on March 30, 2022.

“I Didn’t Mean It!” How ADHD Affects Communication – and Strategies to Improve It

Mark Bertin, MD, ADDitude Past Webinar (Podcast # 393), Originally broadcast on March 22, 2022.

Regret and Resolve: How Women with ADHD Can Transform the Challenges of a Late Diagnosis

Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ph.D., ADDitude Past Webinar (Podcast #392), Originally broadcast on March 15, 2022.

Top 10 IEP & 504 Plan Problems: A Troubleshooting Guide

Susan Yellin, Esq., ADDitude Past Webinar (Podcast #391), Originally broadcast on March 8, 2022.

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