Our perception of time — or lack thereof — lays the foundation for our biggest struggles. As Dr. Russell Barkley explains it, ADHD “disrupts the fabric of time.” And while time feels like it should be a simple concept, ADHD’s time-blindness finds some complicated ways to hurt us.
ADHD Care a joint initiative of UCD, Maynooth University and HADD-ADHD Ireland are delighted to announce this FREE talk, with one of Ireland’s leading practitioners in the area of children with ADHD, Dr Blánaid Gavin. For any parent who has an ADHD child or professional in the field, this is an event not to be missed! To book your place on this special interactive event please click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adhd-and-homework-seminar-tickets-50073025768 When: 18th October 7.00pm – 9.00pm in UC
Members at the party's Scottish conference in Dunfermline, Fife, passed a motion which also demanded "urgent" action from health services to make it easier for adults to be diagnosed with the condition.
Impulsivity is not simply rudeness or lack of self-discipline. Impulse controls is a function of the interior signalling system of the brain.
ADHD impacts the way the different regions of the brain communicate. That affects inattention, impulsivity, and emotional regulation.
Don’t listen to what other people think about you, because they don’t know you like we do.
As I sit at my desk, wiping my tears and preparing myself for work, I am overwhelmed. I am filled with frustration and joy all at once. You will understand this feeling some day when you are a daddy to your own little ones.
We knew you were special right from the start. You were the sweetest, liveliest little baby, and you were always aware of what was going on around you. You were babbling by five months, and everyone who met you fell in love.