166 episodes

CHADD’s podcasts—ADHD 365 and All Things ADHD—address a variety of topics for anyone dealing with ADHD. Listen for interventions, strategies, and tips for parents, teens, adults, educators, and professionals.

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    • 4.2 • 59 Ratings

CHADD’s podcasts—ADHD 365 and All Things ADHD—address a variety of topics for anyone dealing with ADHD. Listen for interventions, strategies, and tips for parents, teens, adults, educators, and professionals.

    Qué le pasa a los padres cuando escuchan que sus hijos tienen TDAH? (All Things ADHD)

    Qué le pasa a los padres cuando escuchan que sus hijos tienen TDAH? (All Things ADHD)

    En este episodio de Todas las cosas TDAH podcast titulado “Qué le pasa a los padres cuando escuchan que sus hijos tienen TDAH?”. Los presentadores Tamara Schlez y Miguelina Suero de la organización El Futuro hablan sobre cómo se sienten los padres cuando descubren que su hijo tiene TDAH. Comparten historias personales y hablan sobre el torbellino de emociones que los padres experimentan cuando reciben esta noticia. Hablan sobre problemas culturales y estigma en la comunidad latina en relación al TDAH y cómo los padres pueden encontrar un equilibrio entre los valores tradicionales y las necesidades de sus hijos. Discuten los desafíos que enfrentan los padres al encontrar apoyo y recursos para la educación y el comportamiento de sus hijos. Tami y Miguelina brindan estrategias y recursos para ayudar a los padres a sobrellevar esta situación y abogar por sus hijos, con el objetivo de crear una comunidad donde los padres puedan hablar y aceptar el TDAH. 

    • 15 min
    Healthy Eating and Meal Planning w/ ADHD (ADHD 365)

    Healthy Eating and Meal Planning w/ ADHD (ADHD 365)

    Like many adults with ADHD, you may struggle with symptoms that create barriers to eating a healthy diet. Do you turn to convenience foods, especially when you’re busy? Are you bothered by stress eating, chaotic food shopping, or kitchen disorganization? The good news is that you CAN take charge of meal planning! 
    Our guest in this episode is Kim Arrey, a registered dietitian nutritionist. She offers practical strategies tailored for people with ADHD, while giving guidelines for healthy eating and meal preparation. She also explains how developing good habits will improve your life. 

    • 22 min
    Cultivating a Meditation Practice (ADHD 365)

    Cultivating a Meditation Practice (ADHD 365)

    How can cultivating a meditation practice help people with ADHD to manage symptoms and improve their quality of life?  
    Our guest for this episode is Adam Coutts, a meditation teacher who discovered that he had ADHD as an adult. He explains mindfulness and meditation practices and describes their benefits for individuals with ADHD. He also talks about how to ease into a meditation practice and develop strategies for meditating effectively even while experiencing the symptoms of ADHD.   
    Click here to learn more about how to start a meditation practice: https://intromeditation.com/Wordpress/resources-for-beginner-meditators/  
     

    • 34 min
    Retirement and Estate Planning for Adults with ADHD (ADHD 365)

    Retirement and Estate Planning for Adults with ADHD (ADHD 365)

    Adults with ADHD often experience difficulties with navigating post-retirement life without the structure and the support offered by their workplace. Many find estate planning especially challenging.   In this episode, Rick Webster, the founder and CEO of Rena-Fi, shares his expertise on how you can organize and manage your wealth-building journey and retirement life. He outlines ways to avoid the pitfalls of financial planning and discusses how to build a professional and peer support network, handle the estate planning process, and create an ideal post-retirement lifestyle.  
    Learn more about how to holistically manage your finances and ADHD here: https://www.renafi.com/

    • 24 min
    ADHD in Adults at Midlife (ADHD 365)

    ADHD in Adults at Midlife (ADHD 365)

    While most of the available information about ADHD deals with how it affects children and teenagers, we know it is a lifelong condition. How does ADHD affect people who are age fifty and older? Why are diagnoses increasing in this age group? What special challenges do they face, and how can they improve their daily lives? Our guest for this episode is psychologist Kathleen Nadeau, founder of the Chesapeake Center and author or coauthor of more than a dozen books on ADHD. She discusses what ADHD looks like in older adults, the ways ADHD is more challenging for women, what to expect if you pursue a midlife diagnosis, and more. She also shares a few simple steps you can take to improve your quality of life with ADHD. 

    • 53 min
    Cognitive Disengagement Syndrome (All Things ADHD)

    Cognitive Disengagement Syndrome (All Things ADHD)

    What is cognitive disengagement syndrome, formerly known as sluggish cognitive tempo? How does being “internally distracted” affect a person’s daily life and activities? How is CDS identified in children and adolescents, and can it be treated? In this episode, Stephen Becker, PhD, and Joseph Fredrick, PhD, describe CDS and contrast its key differences from the difficulties typically seen in ADHD. As researchers and clinical psychologists, they stress the importance of comprehensive evaluations and evidence-based interventions. They discuss the links between CDS and other mental health conditions and share information about treatment options. 
     Find out more at: The Center for ADHD - https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/c/adhd

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

tcakeme ,

Good but? Difficult to listen

I’m sorry Cary speaks to fast and I can’t follow to long.

I’d like to know if he can slow down a bit.

vivasober ,

Always helpful

This pod cast is a wonderful resource for anyone who lives, works or has ADHD. The topics and guest are insightful and research based. This is a resource I refer to on a regular basis. Thank you for producing and sharing these informative podcast.

Ksr2000 ,

Unbelievably helpful

I have been searching for a long time for information about ADHD and this podcast has the most consistently helpful content I have encountered. The speakers are clearly experts in their fields and the Q&A after the talks hit the topics I would have asked. I am very grateful for this resource!

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