Categories: 2012, October
SELECTED FROM A POOL OF WELL-QUALIFIED APPLICANTS by renowned
experts in the field, these young researchers are making outstanding
contributions to our understanding of ADHD. The chair of CHADD’s
professional advisory board, Ann Abramowitz, PhD, will present the
awards during CHADD’s annual international conference, to be held
this year in San Francisco, California. The award program is
administered by Zuali Malsawma, research librarian at CHADD’s
National Resource Center on ADHD. The awards are currently supported
through generous funding from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. of
Titusville, New Jersey, and by a number of individual donations.
Attention asked each recipient to summarize his
Anthony Rostain, MD, MA, on the years of transition to adulthood
interview by Susan Buningh, MRE
PARENTS ARE OFTEN PERPLEXED ABOUT THEIR ROLE DURING...
A Holistic Approach to Educating Faculty and Staff about ADHD
by Mari Foret
THE TWO WEEKS BEFORE SCHOOL OPENS IN THE FALL can be some of the busiest...
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
by Isabel O’Daly
CHADD HELD AN HISTORIC SPANISH PARENT TO PARENT teacher certification training in San Jose, California, in ...
by Karen Sampson Hoffman, MA
SUMMERTIME WAS A LITTLE SWEETER THIS YEAR for four young people who received awards through the CHA...
COMPASSION FATIGUE IS THE PRICE WE MAY SOMETIMES PAY for the compassion we feel for others who are struggling, and for workin...
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