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The most up-to-date thinking on ADHD from research, diagnosis to treatment and management

29 Oct

The frontline: ADHD care via Telehealth

With QbTest Telehealth, the option for remote ADHD care is now possible. US Market Development Manager, Danielle, has been on the ground working with clinics...

20 Aug

Facilitating success with ADHD at college

The need to address mental health at college is great and continues to grow. According to a 2018 report based on data from nearly 200 college campuses, the...

20 Aug

ADHD at college - where are we now?

What is the first thought that comes to mind when you hear "college"? In movies, college is often portrayed as a one long party with infrequent visits to the...

21 Jul

The bumpy road to success - Jannine's story (part three)

Now, on her third master’s degree, Jannine understands what it takes to create the right environment for success for those with ADHD. In this feature we learn...

13 Jul

From ADHD diagnosis to coaching - Jannine's story (part two)

Having lived experience of ADHD and working as a teacher for many years, Jannine Harris knows what she’s talking about when it comes to neurodiversity. With ...

03 Jul

Being 'brutally honest' - Jannine's story (part one)

Diagnosed with ADHD herself, she understands the unique challenges faced by people with the condition and she now uses this knowledge and experience to help...

29 Jun

ADHD and ODD - what's the treatment?

It is imperative that a child with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) receives the treatment they need as soon as possible, as ODD in particular has...

22 Jun

ODD - a problem of misdiagnosis?

Often children who lash out or refuse to follow direction are thought to have Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), which is characterized by a pattern of...

12 Jun

Is it ADHD or is it ODD?

Many ADHD and behavioral professionals are stressing the importance of knowing that children with ADHD are at an increased risk of developing Oppositional...

01 Jun

Getting stronger - Andrea's story (part five)

ADHD is too often perceived as a drawback, while there are various personal strengths that can make having the condition an advantage. After receiving her...

19 May

Asking for help - Andrea's story (part four)

Asking for help is perhaps the hardest thing for any of us to do. When you do ask, however, you can be surprised at the amount of quality care and support...

04 May

The impacts of diagnosis - Andrea's story (part three)

Beyond receiving the right ADHD diagnosis and care, simply knowing that the problems you’ve been facing throughout your life are not your fault can also be a...

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