The adolescent years can
be stormy under the best of circumstances as our young people strive for
independence. Add ADHD into the mix and these years become more
difficult for both teens and parents. But there is much you can do
to help yourself or your teen navigate these years successfully and
learn the skills necessary to manage ADHD as a young
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Know #20A: ADHD and Teens: Information for Teens - While teens
with ADHD may face unique challenges heading into adulthood, in many
ways, they are the same as any other teen.
Know #20B: ADHD and Teens: Information for Parents - ADHD was
once thought of as a disorder that children outgrew, but research has
shown the majority of children continue to show symptoms into
for Teens - What is ADHD, who gets it and what are the
treatment options for it? These are common questions for many
adolescents who find themselves with ADHD.
Positive Psychology for Today's Adolescents -
While the teenage years can be
stressful and difficult for anyone, youth with ADHD can have particular
problems navigating the difficult decisions that must be made in their
Set Your Teen Up for Success - Join psychologist
Ari Tuckman as he answers CHADD members' questions about helping
adolescents with ADHD thrive and succeed.
Surviving the Ride: Parenting Teenagers with
ADHD - Parenting a teenager with ADHD may be compared to riding a roller coaster: There are many ups
and downs, laughs and tears, and breathtaking and terrifying
Parenting an Adolescent with ADHD - Read the
interaction between CHADD members and well-respected child and
adolescent psychologist Arthur Robin on the challenges of parenting
teens with ADHD.
You and Your ADHD: Partners for Life - With
relative certainty, we can predict that ADHD will continue to
influence the behavior and attitude of an individual throughout his or
Coaching for Adolescents with ADHD - Learn all
about coaching for adolescents from Jodi Sleeper-Triplett through a
transcript of one of CHADD's Ask The Expert chat sessions.
Know the Tipping Points: Reducing Vulnerability to
Antisocial Behavior in Youth with ADHD - What British police
have learned about reducing the vulnerability to antisocial and criminal
behavior in youth with ADHD. h
Instilling Time Management -
Time management is the capacity to
estimate how much time one has, how
to allocate it, and how to stay within time limits and
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