Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Free ADHD Webinar

Live Webinar on September 30: What Is ADHD? Everything You Need to Know Before and After an ADHD Diagnosis

Register below for this free expert webinar to learn everything you need to know before and after an ADHD diagnosis, on Monday, September 30, at 1 pm ET.
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Part 1 of ADDitude’s 3-part ADHD Awareness Month Webinar Series
Every day 3,000 people of all ages and from all over the world are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD), and they take yet another step in the lifelong process of coming to know and manage their special type of nervous system. This process rarely follows a straight line. For every patient, it begins at different times and moves at different speeds along different paths — its efficiency and helpfulness largely determined by how well the patient understands the answer to this question: What is ADHD?
Knowing the facts about ADHD — how symptoms present in children, how symptoms present in adults, and the best treatment approaches for each — is key to managing the condition. Knowledge is considered the bedrock of a good treatment plan.
Educating yourself and your family about ADHD is tougher than you may think. Most physicians receive little training in ADHD during medical school. Often, they do an inadequate job of explaining what ADHD is, how to treat it, and how to live successfully with it. This webinar will fill in those holes — and get you off to a great start in understanding ADHD and how best to manage the condition in children and adults.
In this webinar you will learn about
  • The positives and negatives of having an ADHD nervous system
  • The key elements of a good, thorough ADHD evaluation
  • The formal diagnostic criteria for ADHD — and what ADHD looks like at different stages of the life cycle
  • Signs that indicate a person may have ADHD
  • How to find a competent and willing clinician to help make the diagnosis and start a treatment plan
  • How co-existing conditions complicate the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD