Category: Coaches in Action

A Pause

ADHD Education | ADHD Quotes | Coaches in Action | Miscellaneous

Master Coach, and ADDCA Teleclass leader, Jay Perry wrote this powerful poem.



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Congratulations to Alan Brown

Coaches in Action

Congratulations to ADDCA graduate Alan Brown, AAC, on his upcoming tour in Europe.



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ADHD Tip: What Doesn’t Work for Those with ADD

ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

Knowing what works for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is just as important as knowing what does not work.



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A Glimpse of the Inattentive Mind

ADDCA In The News | ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

ADDCA Director of Training Barbara Luther recently talked about the inattentive mind, with Jeff Copper in an Attention Talk Radio interview.



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More Then Enough

ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

This is an original piece of music by ADDCA coach Frank Coppola.



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ADHD Motivation: Three Approaches to Change Behavior

Coaches in Action

ADDCA graduates Jeff Copper and Kirsten Milliken interview Dr. Jeffrey Katz on three common approaches used to address behavior from a clinical perspective. It includes conventional behavior management, positive behavioral intervention and support, and collaborative problem solving.



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Take My Hand - A New Musical Piece

ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

This is an original piece of music created by ADDCA student Kris Moauro and his musical producer Pete Palazzolo. 

Among other things, research shows people with ADHD have more creativity.  This music piece is an example of that creativity and stemed from it's creators desire to overcome their ADHD and inspire others to do the same.

 



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ADHD Heroes by Judy Brenis

Coaches in Action

ADHD Heroes shatters the notion that ADHD is a weakness.  



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The Art of ADD Manifesto

ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

This is a terrific new video from Andrea Nordstrom.  "Andrea's video is a positive, ultra-creative video that everyone that deals with ADHD should watch, more than once." 

-David Giwerc, Founder/President






An ADHD Victory Over Discrimination In the Ivory Tower

ADHD Education | Coaches in Action

Jeff Copper from Attention Talk Radio interviewed attorney Rob Tudisco on the issue of flagging test scores on the LSAT.  Students with disabilities, including those with ADHD, who asked for accommodations when taking the LSAT to get into law school, had their scores flagged.  This opened the door to discrimination by a law school to choose which students were and were not accepted.



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