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Celebrities Living with ADHD and LD

Let this list of actors, musicians, athletes, and other people who have made it big with ADHD serve as a reminder that a diagnosis can still lead to a bright future.

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Emotional Control Strategies for ADHD Kids

When ADHD kids practice controlling their emotions and impulsive outbursts, they will be healthier and happier at school and at home. Here's how parents can help.

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Game On: 10 Best Sports for Kids with ADHD or Learning Disabilities

Choosing the right sport or activity for your child with ADHD/LD can make all the difference in boosting focus, mood, and self-esteem. Here, parents and experts recommend after-school activities that work particularly well for ADHD kids.

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10 Apps to Train Your ADHD Brain

Download these ADHD-friendly brain-training apps for stronger focus, longer memory, and a more organized thought process.

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Secrets of Smart ADHD Discipline: Dos and Don'ts

Tired of nagging and yelling at your ADHD child? Follow these simple tricks to encourage good choices in ADHD kids.

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Is it ADHD or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

It's not always easy to tell the difference between ADHD or OCD. Learn about common obsessions and compulsions, as well as the diagnostic criteria and treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder.

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The 8 Best Social Skills Apps for ADHDers

Could better social skills for your ADHDer be a tap and a slide away? Check out these apps designed to deliver solid social skills.

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The Gender Gap: Girls and Women with ADHD

Girls are being diagnosed with ADHD much later than boys, if they’re diagnosed at all. Here’s all you need to know about ADHD in women, so you – or your daughter – don’t slip through the cracks.

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The Food Fix: ADHD-Friendly Meal Ideas

Studies suggest that dietary changes may improve the symptoms of hyperactivity, inattention, and impulsivity in ADHD kids. Cook up an ADHD-friendly diet with these menu suggestions.

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You Know Your Kid Has ADHD When...

Parents of children with ADHD share some "kid ADHDisms," highlighting the funny side of living with an ADHD child.

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Time Management: Best Apps for ADHD Adults

Your smartphone has the potential to be the ultimate time management tool—all it needs are a few upgrades. Try out these top-rated productivity apps, tailor-made for ADHD adults.

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8 Best Sleep Apps for ADHD Adults

Here’s our list of the top sleep aid apps to help ADHDers fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up on time. Sweet dreams!

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8 Most ADHD-Friendly Jobs

Experts in adult ADHD suggest good jobs for your unique skill set -- creativity, enthusiasm, energy, problem-solving skills and more.

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Summer Camp for Children with ADHD or LD

Nine things every parent should know before enrolling their child in a summer camp or class — from choosing an ADHD-friendly program to ensuring consistent treatment and discipline, plus more.

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The ADHD Mom’s Guide to Stress-Free Living

Some say being a mom is the most important job in the world. With ADHD—yours or your child's—it's also one of the toughest! Make it a little easier with these tips to relieve the stress.