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May 21, 2024

Some individuals with ADHD take longer to achieve independence than do their peers. Anthony Rostain, M.D., offers practical advice to parents who are struggling to support their 20-something kids during the prolonged transition known as emerging adulthood.

ADHD in Emerging Adulthood: More Resources

Apr 16, 2024

College prep looks different for teens with ADHD, who may lag behind in independent living skills and college readiness. Laura Barr, M.Ed., provides a clear roadmap for teens and parents, including milestones, practical steps, and launch and college timeline checklists.

College Prep for ADHD Brains:...

Apr 9, 2024

Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, Ph.D., explains what makes a relationship toxic and how to identify the signs, why adolescents with ADHD are at particularly high risk, and how to support teens through ending and recovering from an unhealthy relationship.

Teen Relationships: More Resources

Feb 6, 2024

Sharon Saline, Psy.D., helps young adults with ADHD, and their parents, understand the unique challenges of 'adulting' with ADHD, including treatment adherence/cessation, independent living skills, emotional wellness, and signs of risky behavior.

The Young Adult’s Guide to ADHD: More Resources

Oct 26, 2023

Depression and ADHD frequently co-occur. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of depression and differentiate it from typical sadness, plus current treatments and supportive strategies for caregivers, from Karen L. Swartz, M.D. 

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