October is ADHD Awareness Month. What do you need to know?

Cindy JobsHealth and Well-Being

October is ADHD Awareness Month.  Throughout the month I will be sharing resources, tips, strategies, and success stories.

To kick off the month, here are my favorite ADHD resources:


Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD): The go-to place for support and resources for those affected by ADHD.
ADHD Essentials: This website offers resources and support geared toward families.
ADHD reWired: This website offers resources and support geared toward adults.
How to ADHD: Videos with tips, tricks, and insights into the ADHD brain.


ADDitude Magazine: From symptom tests to treatments, and blogs to support forums, this magazine offers tremendous support. You can choose to receive it online or in hard copy.


Dr. Ari Tuckman: Practical information from an ADHD psychologist dedicated to understanding the ADHD brain.
Dr. Thomas E. Brown: Provides a new understanding of ADHD.
Dr. Edward M Hallowell: Envisions how to use a strengths-based approach to tackle ADHD challenges.
Dr. John J. Ratey: Internationally recognized expert in neuropsychiatry.
Dr. Russell Barkley: Dedicated his career to widely disseminating science-based information about ADHD.

ADHD Essentials Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for children and
ADHD reWired Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for adults. Note: Adult language may be used during these podcasts.
Sleep With Me: “Sleep With Me” is a groundbreaking podcast created to help you fall asleep. So get in bed, press play, and drift off into dreamland.

How to ADHD: Videos that help you understand exactly what ADHD is and how to explain it to others.

TotallyADD: “Using education, humor, and social interaction Totally ADD provides ongoing support to create a life you love.”


Time Timer: Watch the passage of time, increasing focus, and helping with self-regulation.

I hope some of the information here will help move you in the direction of managing your ADHD symptoms, not letting them manage you.


Cindy Jobs

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