Tag Archives: ADHD Information

Is It Menopause, ADHD, or Both?

/ July 22, 2013/ ADHD Information, Resources

Roxanne Fouché was honored to be interviewed by Ellen Dolgen, Menopause Awareness expert, for her blog post, “Is It Menopause, ADHD, or Both?”  Below is the post that can also be seen on Ellen’s website at http://ow.ly/n4uHo.  The blog post was also published by Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-sarver-dolgen/brain-fog_b_3605867.html) under the title, “What’s to Blame For Your Brain Fog: Menopause

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An Open Letter from Dr. Thomas E. Brown

/ July 22, 2013/ ADHD Information, Resources

On July 22, 2013, Dr. Thomas Brown, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Director, Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders,  published an open letter expressing his concern about recent FDA approval of a diagnostic device for ADHD that is not adequately supported by research and may become a barrier to diagnosis for some.

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What Went Well – and Why?

/ July 1, 2013/ ADHD Awareness, Resources, Strategies

Here is a sneak peek at another one of Roxanne Fouché’s contributions to More Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Even More Strategies for 2013 from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts to Help You Succeed with ADHD: Many people find it difficult to focus on what is working vs. the things that are not

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How Change REALLY Happens

/ June 17, 2013/ ADHD Awareness, Resources, Strategies

Here’s a sneak peek at a tip that Roxanne Fouché contributed to the upcoming book, More Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Even More Strategies for 2013 from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts to Help You Succeed with ADHD: When we want to make a change in our lives, it’s helpful to plan what

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Say Again?

/ September 23, 2012/ Parenting, Resources, Strategies

Here’s another one of our tips from the book, 365+1 Ways to Succeed With ADHD: A Whole New Year’s Worth of Valuable Tips and Strategies From the World’s Best ADHD Coaches and Experts: ADHD can get in the way of someone’s paying attention to, understanding, and/or remembering what someone else is saying.  When kids are

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Getting The Right Kind of Help For Your Child – And You!

/ August 11, 2012/ ADHD Information, IEPs and 504s, Parenting, School, Students

Parenting is simultaneously the hardest and most rewarding job a person can have. There are extra challenges when you have a child with ADHD, especially if your child is struggling in school, the main job of childhood. It’s heartbreaking to watch your child have difficulty with learning and homework, and particularly frustrating when you

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Parenting Kids with ADHD

/ July 23, 2012/ Parenting, Resources, School, Strategies

Roxanne Fouche will be ImpactADHD’s featured expert for the week beginning August 7th. Check out the post and this valuable website, which is full of good information and support for parents raising kids with ADHD –  http://impactadhd.com/featured-expert/getting-the-right-kind-of-help-for-your-child-and-you

Video Contest for ADHD Awareness Week

/ July 17, 2012/ ADHD Awareness

There is an exciting video contest that is part of the buildup to ADHD Awareness Week (October 14- 20, 2012). This video contest offers people of all ages an opportunity to share their stories while educating, inspiring and entertaining. Check out the website for rules and prizes at www.ADHDAwarenessWeek.org/videocontest. Video submission starts July 15th

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