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ADHD and Eating
HelpforADHD
Do you have ADHD and want to loose weight? Expert Roberto Olivardia explains why people with ADHD may find it harder to eat healthfully.

Tourette Syndrome and ADHD
HelpforADHD
Did you know that 60 to 80 percent of children with Tourette Syndrome have ADHD? These two conditions frequently co-occur, which compounds the issues children face with medical treatment, school and home supports.

Behavioral Therapy: What it is and finding a therapist
HelpforADHD
Do you have a child or adolescent with ADHD? Are you seeking treatment and don’t know where to start? Behaviorally oriented psychosocial treatments—also called behavior therapy or behavior modification--is a critical part of treatment for ADHD in children and adolescents.

Project-Based Learning and ADHD
HelpforADHD
This webinar discusses project-based learning (PBL). PBL is an alternative to lectures and allows students to be active in their learning. It often involves students being curious and creative in completing a project and can require higher energy levels. Discuss the characteristics and process for implementing PBL in your classroom and how to support students with ADHD in this different learning environment.

Conditions May Mimic ADHD
Lee Memorial Health System
Take an active child, who’s easily distracted and some might jump to conclusions: that he or she has ADHD. But experts caution not to rush to judgment.