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Old 02-23-12, 12:45 PM
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Re: Resources I feel are really good.

It's been a long while since this was updated, there are broken links and stuff in my earlier post so I've made a much longer and more comprehensive list. I try very hard to make sure that the information in the links is good information and not mythologies dressed up as facts. Enjoy!

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PBS interview with Dr. R. Barkley

Russell Barkley Seminar Notes

Dr. R. Barkley Diagnosis and treatment summary

Dr. R. Barkley ADHD: Nature, Course, Outcomes, and Comorbidity

Dr. R. Barkley Teen Drivers - Part I

Dr. R. Barkley Teen drivers - Part II

ADHD and Social Challenges at Work- Michele Novotni, PhD

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Invisible Fences, and Adult ADHD - J. Russell Ramsay, PhD

Executive Functions - by Thomas E . Brown, PhD

Dr. R. Barkley - Nearsighted to the Future

Adult ADHD is Real: How to Convince the Unconvinced

ADHD Meds Do Not Lead to Future Drug Abuse - Sid Kirchheimer

It just doesn't add up: ADHD/ADD, the workplace and discrimination - Bruce Arnold, Patricia Easteal, Simon Easteal, Simon Rice

Inside the ADD mind Dr. Thomas Brown

Neurology of ADHD

How to deal with the disbelief of others Rick Green

ADHD and Addiction Wendy Richardson

Praise and Acknowledgement Rick Green

Magic Threshold - A Little Can Mean a Lot - Ari Tuckman

Falling Leaves Growing To Do lists - Dan Pryor

How Can I Improve My Time Management Skills? Arthur Robin, Ph.D

Job Hunting Tips for the Unfocused

How a Partner's Untreated Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity (ADHD) Affects Relationships - By Gina Pera

Plain and Simple To Do Lists Mary Jane Johnson

Tips for Transition (into a new activity) - Mary Jane Johnston

Using a Day Planner as a Life Planner

Why is it so hard to let go of stuff? Linda Anderson

Making ADHD-Friendly Career Choices - Wilma R. Fellman, M.Ed., LPC

Top Ten ADHD Traps in the Workplace and How to Avoid Getting Caught by Them! - Kathleen Nadeau PhD

Civil Rights For you The Americans With Disabilities Act Dale S. Brown

Advocating for ADHD in the Departments of Correction

Brain Imaging Data of ADHD - Amir Raz, Ph.D.

Brain Scans Reveal Physiology of ADHD

Risky Business - Adhd isn't 9-5 why are your meds? Jeffrey S. Rapp, M.D.

Surprising secrets to school success

Helping Your Child Succeed at School - Carol E. Watkins, MD

Parents of ADHD Teens: School Issues, Social and Peer Relationships

ADHD: Not Just For Kids Anymore By: Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW

Self Regulation

The Role of Impairment

Brain areas critical to human time sense

Top Five Emotional Difficulties for People with Learning Disabilities

Hyperfocus, how some minds relax

Differences in Adult ADHD Subtypes based on Comorbidities and Attention Processes

Risk and Resilience

Adhd and aging

Social Skills Deficits

Coping Skills

The Neurology of ADHD

Behavioural Inhibition, Sustained Attention, and Executive Functions Russell Barkley

ADHD in Primary Care children and adults Oren Mason M.D

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Dr Russell Barkley - ADHD Motivation Deficit Disorder









































A conversation with Dr. Russell Barkley-interview

Advances in Understanding and Management of ADHD Russell Barkley]Full lecture of Russell Barkley 80 minutes

Life Course Outcomes Russell Barkley Full lecture 81 minutes

Dr. Jeffrey Applebaum presents a Family Practionioner's guide to ADHD 52 minutes

Update on ADHD Panel of A panel of MIND Institute researchers and clinicians

ADHD: Current Research, Assessment, and Treatment Status MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders














Podcasts

Podcast (parts 1+2)
Dr. R. Barkley - ADHD Insights part 1
Dr. R. Barkley ADHD Insights part 2
Dr. R Barkley Talk on ADHD
Dr. R. Barkley Talk on ADHD I

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Re: Resources I feel are really good.



Hmmmm.....

This just sparked a thought in regards to the poster that asked about starting a support group in another thread from another day. I'll see if I can find that post again and copy and paste this info for them in case they don't see it here.

I wonder what, if any, regulations are in place if an individual would like to show these videos and other mental health related topics to community members as "community discussion/awareness groups" vs. "support group" status on a regular basis? Community centers, parks and rec departments, colleges, churches, libraries, etc., allow community groups to utilize their space at no cost.

If you can find one with a projector and screen, and preferably wheelchair/mobility device accessible, you're all set. Book it and see how it goes. We (our local occupy group) consider our teach-ins a success if at least 1 person that didn't plan the event shows up. We can always grow from there. We had 41 at the first one (topic was income inequality) and 25 at the second one (topic was how food affects the local economy).

Find some folks that are also passionate about it and interested in helping to support you in your efforts. Spread the word via flyers, word of mouth, make a facebook group, email, etc. Contact local professionals about being guest speakers/guest panel of speakers to provide further insight and answer questions.

If it's feasible, you could offer light snacks and coffee/tea. We usually have a total of 4-6 core folks pitching in to do this within our group, but could certainly be done on a smaller scale starting out. We had established a group several months prior to offering teach-ins, but with this amazing collection of resources, amongst many others that folks have compiled on ADDF (thanks ya'll!!), it wouldn't take a lot of time to collect and plan what to share.

Provide handouts that include:

Local assistance and contact information available for people with/without insurance.
Helpful websites like ADDF, etc.
Other healthy tips that help support the medication treatments
A list of available support groups in the local area

Ask folks to write down three things before they leave:

What do you feel you need the most support with at home (if applicable)?
What do you feel you need the most support with at work (if applicable)?
What do you feel you need the most support with socially (if applicable)?

Use that info to know which direction to steer the next one.
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Re: Resources I feel are really good.

I have seen Barkley before, and he gives much clarity to the table.
I have not seen Oren Mason, and his video was pure gold!
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Re: Resources I feel are really good.

Big ups Ginniebean for all those links, you've given me plenty to read, much appreciated!
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Wow, this is an amazing resource, thanks ginnie!
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My daughter has been diagnosed with ADD since she was 18 years old. To say this has been a nightmare would be an understatement. There is no need to elaborate because pretty much what everyone else has said, can be said of her. I have never abandoned her (everyone else has) and continue to try to keep her going until hopefully one day she gets her life straight and is in control of this aweful disability. She takes Adderrall but her life isn't where it needs to be.

Can anyone suggest anything that might help. My financial drain is extreme and she still hasn't gotten a full time job. My frustration level is out of this world and up until I found this website, was considering cutting her off.

Thank you for your input and helping me see that it is not her fault.
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Re: Resources I feel are really good.

Thanks for the link describing what someone with LD problems might face. I am referring to the myths. I also liked when one of the links explained what someone with ADD would have a hard time and it listed a bunch of things. I realized that it was almost talking to me.
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Re: Resources I feel are really good.

This blew my mind, made me cry too. Now I understand why I did all the things I did and why I felt certain ways emotionally. The link is to Chapter one, there are some more chapters at the top. I just have never seen this much deep insight into ADD/ADHD.

http://www.scatteredminds.com/ch1.htm
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