Bell Let’s Talk - Mental Health: Every Action Counts - What About ADHD?
Written by Heidi Bernhardt Bell Let's Talk is on Wednesday January 29th. When I first heard this year’s Bell Let’s Talk theme, Mental Health: Every Action Counts, my immediate reaction was, yes let’s actively start to include ADHD in the discussion! Th
What is something you wish your extended family understood about having ADHD?
#ADHDSpeaks helps us to elevate the voices and experiences of people from ADHD communities. We asked what you wished your extended family knew about having ADHD and here is what you said. "I love you. If I said…wait, I am sure I have said something off
I'm a University Professor and I'm interested in helping with ADHD advocacy. I was diagnosed in 2014 when I was 49 - about the same time I was hospitalized and had surgery for heart disease. Though quite fit at the time (I have a strong "H" component i
#ADHDSpeaks helps us to elevate the voices and experiences of people from ADHD communities. This month, we're asking you holiday themed questions about getting through one of the busiest times of the year! Here were your responses. How do you prepare f
If you seen articles on a recent study about Omega 3 supplements and ADHD please be aware that some of the reporting is rather misleading. This study was a twelve week study of 92 children and teens with ADHD between the ages of 6 and 18 who were given
What it’s Like to Have ADHD From a Grade 6 Perspective
Written by Emily G., Grade 6 Public Speaking Unit Why is her locker so messy? Why does he always interrupt the teacher? She forgot her gym clothes at home again? Why does she get to use a calculator on the math test and I can’t? Why is she always doodl