Flipping ADHD On Its Head

Flipping ADHD On Its Head

Like our host, Dr. Jim Poole also thinks ADHD can be a gift. The two share a candid conversation about Dr. Poole’s holistic, integrated and empowering approach to identifying and promoting the strengths, and managing the challenges of those with ADHD.

His new book, Flipping ADHD On Its Head: How To Turn Your Child’s Disability Into Their Greatest Strength can be found HERE.

Link to Dr. Poole’s FastBraiin

Do you have a question or comment? Write an email or record a message using the voice memo app on your phone with your question and send it to [email protected]

Distraction is created by Sounds Great Media. Our producer is Sarah Guertin (@sarahguertin) and our recording engineer/editor is Pat Keogh.

Do you know a student with ADHD or other learning difference looking for a higher education experience? Tell them about our sponsor, Landmark College, in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently. Find out more HERE.

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How to Help Kids Learn to Make Friends

How to Help Kids Learn to Make Friends

Shyness, lack of confidence, anxiety, and alienating behaviors can make it difficult for some children to make friends. Coach, speaker and author, Caroline Maguire, joins Ned to share some of the practical ways parents and caregivers can help improve a child’s social skills. Caroline offers specific activities that can be done at a mall or family party that will give children of all ages the skills they need to make progress in their social life. Her new book, Why Will No One Play with Me? The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive is highly recommended by Dr. Hallowell.

SIGN UP to receive Caroline’s checklist to determine if your child needs social skills help click HERE.

Do you have a question for Dr. Hallowell? Write an email, or record a voice memo on your phone with your question and send it to [email protected]

Distraction is created by Sounds Great Media. Our producer is Sarah Guertin (@sarahguertin) and our recording engineer/editor is Pat Keogh.

Learn about our sponsor, Landmark College, HERE.

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Start the New Year with a Growth Mindset

Start the New Year with a Growth Mindset

A growth mindset is one’s belief in his or her own ability to learn and develop skills. And it’s a great place to begin a new year and decade!

Dr. Hallowell considers it a happy accident that he happened to attend a lecture given by third-grade teachers Darrah Parsons and Becky Kline. The talk focused on their experiences teaching young girls about Carol Dweck’s groundbreaking findings regarding ability and achievement in life. In this episode, Darrah and Becky join Dr. Hallowell to talk about the differences between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset, and why productive struggle is a really good thing. If you want to do more and be more in life, this episode is here to show you that you can! It’s never too late to change your mindset, achieve your goals and find success. 

If you’d like to reach out to Darrah, email her at [email protected], and if you’d like to reach out to Becky, email [email protected]

Click HERE to go to Carol Dweck’s website. 

Do you know someone who learns differently? Our sponsor, Landmark College, might be the right place for them. Learn more HERE.

 This episode was originally released in December 2017. 

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Structuring Your Life for Success with How to ADHD and Landmark College

Structuring Your Life for Success with How to ADHD and Landmark College

Jessica McCabe from How to ADHD shares her insights on why you need to “set up camp” in order to be successful. In this special episode sponsored by Landmark College, Jessica opens up about the missteps she took in college, and what kept her going when she was ready to give up on her YouTube channel.

Please reach out to us with your questions and show ideas: [email protected]. Our producer is Sarah Guertin @sarahguertin, and our editor/recording engineer is Pat Keogh.

To learn more about how our sponsor, Landmark College, helps students with ADHD succeed click HERE.

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Mini 33: Some Students Need Specialized Schools

A traditional classroom isn’t always the best place for a child with learning differences. That’s why schools like Eagle Hill School in Greenwich, CT are so important. In this mini, Ned explores how specialized schools work to address each child’s specific educational needs and help them become successful learners.

www.eaglehillschool.org

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Ep 31: Time to Change the Way We Teach Kids

“You can’t tell kids with learning differences to ‘try harder,’ ” says Dr. Hallowell, speaking live to educators at the New York State Association of Independent Schools’ conference as part of ADHD Awareness Month. Dr. Hallowell discusses the history of learning differences and treatments, and offers some new solutions.

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Mini #23: 5 Simple Tips to Prepare for Back to School

Save yourself some stress and do a little homework before the new year starts. Dr. Hallowell offers up ideas you can implement now to help make the transition as smooth as possible for you and your kids! And if the new school year is already underway where you live, these tips can still help you establish routines and get organized.

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MINI DISTRACTION #7: How to Deal with Difficult People

Ned gives practical tips for handling the challenging people in your life, whether it’€™s your boss, teacher or relative. (Come on, we all have at least one!) Ned shares a story from his own past about a difficult person he dealt with in medical school.

Email your tips for dealing with difficult people to [email protected] and you might be featured in a future episode!

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