This Saturday, May 5th, before you head to Jazz Fest, come join us at 9:00 am for an informal meet-up hosted by the NOLA chapter of CHADD. We meet on the second floor of the Broadmoor Arts & Wellness Center, in the multipurpose room. Read More
Parenting a child with ADHD can be so much fun and so exhausting. It can be an adventure and it can be exasperating. Your child’s strengths and challenges will change as he or she grows from toddler on through the teenage years, and it may not always be easy as a parent. Know that you are not alone. We hope to see you there!
OMG! Exams are almost here! It’s the final sprint to the finish. Just a few more tests, projects, and papers: the last chances to bring up that GPA. And then, before you know it, it’s exam week!
"10 Secrets to Studying Smarter with ADHD" at ADDitude Magazine offers some excellent strategies to nail it. My clients have used some or all of these and they really do work! You can do it! Read More
When I first became aware that my son might have ADHD, I realized I needed help. I needed to to put together a support team—not just for him, but for myself and for my family’s sanity. I will forever be indebted to the learning specialist at his school who gave me pep talks and told me who to call and where to go. Together with her, my husband and I met with his home room teachers and the school counselor. We talked to the psychologist who tested and evaluated him and we met with his pediatrician. We also met with a naturopath.
I spoke to a lot of people in different fields shopping around for the right combination of solutions and the right fit for my son and our family. In the end, we are happy to see him thrive, but it has not been as easy journey. Read More
This Saturday, March 3rd, please join NOLA CHADD at 9 am at the Broadmoor Arts & Wellness Center for our monthly informal meet-up for parents of children diagnosed with ADHD. I'll be there, and I look forward to seeing everyone. Please help spread the word!
Not sure why you should attend? Check out this informative list of 8 reasons to attend a CHADD meeting, published in Attention magazine. Read More
The glass is indeed half full! The article "Benefits (Yes, Benefits!) of Having ADHD," from The Hallowell Center in New York City, presents a positive way to look at ADHD. Check out the awesomeness of these mirror traits! We are creative, persistent, energetic and passionate. What’s not to love? Read More