These days of stay at home orders or self-isolation are days that will never come again. You may miss the opportunity to take deeper breaths, slow down, take a look at the sky at night, or write in a journal if your anxiety is interfering with your attention.  Massive disruptions interfere with attention. It is likely that you […]

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Amid the uncertainty of this novel coronavirus global pandemic, everyone in our community is facing tremendous pressures, and CHADD and its National Resource Center on ADHD are here to help. We are committed to continuing to be the ADHD resource on which you can rely. Concern about COVID-19 can cause stress, anxiety, and sleep difficulties, […]

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Are you a parent at home suddenly trying to teach a child with ADHD in the middle of the corona virus pandemic and battling the forces of guilt between what you should have them doing and what they are actually and realistically doing? Well, don’t beat yourself up! These are strange and unusual times for everyone and we are all in the same boat.

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The first Transnational Meeting organized within the framework of the ERASMUS+ project on “Exchanging Good Practices for people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and their caregivers (ADHD-CARE)“ was held at the Institute for Mental Health in Belgrade on 6-7 February 2020. The ADHD-CARE project is coordinated by the Serbian Brain Council and brings together […]

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