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Archived Ask the Expert webinars that have already taken place are available on-demand and can be watched at any time as webcasts, PDF slides/transcripts and audio recordings. Ask the Expert webcasts and presentation address many topics of interest to parents of children with ADHD and adults with ADHD. Use the topic search field below to look for webcast or presentation about a specific subject you can also search for a resource by presenter name or presentation title. While you type into the field your search term, you will be presented with a list of suggested choices matching your search criterion.

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All archived Ask the Expert webcasts are available on the National Resource Center on ADHD's YouTube Channel, Help for ADHD.
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Past Procrastination: Get Your Kids Organized, Focused and Motivated…without Being the Bad Guy
Past Procrastination: Get Your Kids Organized, Focused and Motivated…without Being the Bad Guy
Procrastination isn't a character flaw! Instead, it can be a behavior that you and your child can address together and improve. Author Ann Dolin understands that life for families affected by ADHD can sometime be tumultuous. Children procrastinate, they have trouble getting and staying motivated. Families cope with disorganized bedrooms and book bags. What can you do to help your child?
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Nutrition in Support of ADHD Treatment
Nutrition in Support of ADHD Treatment
L. Eugene Arnold MD, MEd
Interventions for ADHD often include lifestyle supports, including nutrition. But what shall we eat when it comes to ADHD symptoms? Dr. L. Eugene Arnold has studied the various ways what we eat affects ADHD symptoms and how some foods or food additives can have an impact on our bodies. Parents looking to find good meals that help their children manage their symptoms and adults hoping to add another tool to their lifestyle management will be interested in this Ask the Expert webinar. We will discuss: • The benefits and drawbacks of elimination diets • Omega-3 fatty acids and the combination of DHA, EPA, and GLA that has the most scientific support • Some people affected by ADHD may be sensitive to some foods and chemicals, including allergies and chemical sensitivity, with possible behavioral symptoms • Medication’s relationship with picky eating This is an opportunity to hear from one of the leading researchers on food as a complementary intervention. Dr. Arnold’s seminars at the Annual International Conference on ADHD are often standing-room only events—this is your chance for a “front row seat” to learn directly from one of the most popular presenters on ADHD.
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The Nuts and Bolts of ADHD Coaching – When is it the Right Choice?
The Nuts and Bolts of ADHD Coaching – When is it the Right Choice?
Jodi Sleeper-Triplett MCC
As coaching has become more popularized, there are growing numbers of individuals hanging out a shingle to advertise their services. Many parents and adults with ADHD want to know, “Is coaching the best choice?” and “How do I know if I am getting a trained coach?”
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How to Build Self-Motivation in Teens with ADHD
How to Build Self-Motivation in Teens with ADHD
Margaret Sibley, PhD
Motivation problems can be a struggle for teens with ADHD. In school, this directly impacts a student’s academic work. There are strategies teachers can use to help teens become more self-motivated and self-directed.
     


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