Getting an education and finding support come first in dealing with ADHD in the family. Medication and other physical or strategic interventions come next. You’ll need to find out more about these and other treatments to effectively manage ADHD. If you can attend them, support groups and annual conferences on ADHD are a great way to fill your needs. But these both take time and may cost more than you are comfortable with.
Today, free written material abounds on the Web, but for those who prefer not to read, not much else has been readily available. Less than five years ago, access to quality audio information was through a few Podcasts and recorded tapes from ADHD conferences. Now, some organizations put on weekly programs. Participating in Webinars is a great way to realize that you really aren’t alone with this disorder and that help is available. Being able to replay the sessions to listen to at your convenience is a great way to fit getting to know more about dealing with ADHD into your life.
For some people, neither audio or printed information will do. Luckily, the internet now has a great choice of videos on ADHD about a large number of specific topics and for different audiences. For them, we’ve put a great collection of video from very short to long to watch whenever the time is right. Some are for entertainment, many are just tips, others are serious examinations of the field, but they all contribute to a greater understanding of ADHD. There are a few fun short videos at the bottom of this page. Many more video clips and presentations ranging from 45 seconds to an hour in length are available on site. – Topics include: What is ADHD? – ADHD Strategies for Children and Teens – ADHD Songs – ADHD in Adults – Adult Strategies – Presentations with ADHD experts and more. ADHD Videos Collection
*ADDitudemag Expert Podcasts and Webinars – Best of the Web – 45 to 60 minute Webinars (Include slides) Attend in person or you may listen to and view at any time. Note: If link isn’t working, copy and paste this URL. http://www.additudemag.com/webinars/ (Many replays are free, but a number of them now cost $4.95)
Webinars from HelpforADHD – The National Resource Center on ADHD: A Program of CHADD – Upcoming presentations and access to the archives.
adultADHDbook – Ari Tuckman, Ph.D., the author of More Attention, Less Deficit, recorded podcasts from 2009 through 2014. Find 3 to 30-minute podcasts with nuts-and-bolts strategies from his books. (1,500 downloads!)
Practical ADHD Strategies – Blog Talk Radio show – 15-minute tips or interviews from coach Laura Rolands – Archived
Weekly – 15 to 30 minutes
ADHD Support Talk Radio – May call in to participate, but recordings are available at this site. Hosted by Tara McGillicuddy Interviews with guest Coaches and other experts (15 to 30 minutes long)
Attention Talk Radio – 30 minutes – Hosted by Coach Jeff Copper. Covers a number of topics pertinent to the needs of both parents and adults. Archives – YouTube channel with video clips from 3 to 15 minutes long. See Load next to find each five additional clips. (Many of these are interviews from presenters and attendants at national conferences)
The Tom Nardone Show – New in 2015. Podcasts and short videos. Companion site to ADHDpeople. Both offer a humorous and sometimes irreverent approach to living with ADHD. Podcasts feature Tom and his wife Yvonne.
Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast – Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright strive to help listeners with support, life management strategies, and time.
See in ADHD with coach Jennie Friedman – Personal interviews and life stories from men and women with ADHD – Positive outlook.
The Technicolor Mindset with ADHD coaches Jennie Friedman and Brett Thornhill. ADHD issues, challenges, and awesomeness associated with the condition. Podcasts are free. Subscription library hosts 70 episodes of the ADD Couple podcast.
ADHD Weekly Podcast – Information, advice and experience ADHD Coaches, Jay Carter and Robb Garrett
Weekly 1 hour
ADHD Rewired with coach Eric Tivers – Almost 70 archived, 1-hour shows plus ongoing weekly podcast. Usually an interview format, although Eric also shares a number of coaching tools, especially Apps and other technology that support executive functioning.
Faster Than Normal Podcast, hosted by Peter Shankman, embraces the concept that having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse.
The Coffee Klatch with Marianne Russo for special needs children
LD Podcasts.com has a great selection of presenters and years of archived material
Adults with ADHD Webinars (ADDA) – $10 each or FREE with Membership ($60 a year)
Occasional – 1 hour – Join their mailing list to get notices
ADD Classes – 1-week free replay – Audio library- $15 month
ADDiva Webinars with Coach Linda Roggli – Aging and Women’s issues (24-hour replay)
Weekly Video program
ADD Crusher TV ($1 a month) – www.crushertv.com (30-minutes at 10 pm Eastern on Monday nights, Members can watch anytime)
How to ADHD – Jessica McCabe has a great new Vlog to follow on YouTube
How to Know if You have ADHD – 4-minutes
Tales of Mere Existence – When everything that can go wrong, does… 3 cartoon shorts from Lev Yaniv
ADHD in the Family – Comedian Jeff Allen on his ADHD kids Very funny! – Christian Comedian Jeff Allen talking about his kids funny (3:20 minutes)
Extensive Collection of Video Clips and Presentations: From 45 seconds to an hour or more in length.
Topics include: What is ADHD?- ADHD Strategies for Children and Teens – ADHD Songs – ADHD in Adults – Adult Strategies – Presentations with ADHD experts and more.
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