ADHD and the Workplace

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Transform normally tedious tasks into stimulating activities for your ADHD brain. (Psst! These tricks work for home chores, too!)

Bored at Work? Motivation to the Rescue

People with ADHD crave stimulation, so boring tasks at home or at work can feel like literal torture. Use these tools to stay motivated and beat boredom.

14 Signs Your ADHD is Out of Control - Dana Rayburn

14 Signs Your ADHD is Out of Control - Dana Rayburn

ADHD: Job Rights and Accommodations

Understanding What Your Job Rights Are as a Worker With ADHD

Learn how to make fidgeting work for you!

9 Constructive Fidgets That Promote Focus

Children and adults with ADHD can actually improve focus by multi-tasking — if they do it right! Developing a set of secondary fidget activities may be the key to improved attention. Learn how to make fidgeting work for you!

How to respond to critcism more calmly and ignore what doesn't matter.

When You’re So Sensitive It Hurts

After a lifetime of judgment and blame, may adults with ADHD are understandably sensitive to criticsm. It cuts deep and often provokes angry retorts we later regret. How to respond more calmly and ignore what doesn't matter.

Careers for Young Adults Who Don't Like Sitting Still | Many with ADHD are better suited to a job that involves more activity, variety or energy.

At a Glance: Career Paths for Teens Who Don’t Want to Sit at a Desk

There are many career options that don't involve being stuck behind a desk. If your child has ADHD, or just wants a little more action at work, here are some suggestions.

How to Use ADHD at Work to Your Advantage - Webinar with Edward Hallowell, M.D., and Peter Shankman.

Free Webinar Replay: How to Transform Your ADHD Into a Strategic Advantage at Work

How to Use ADHD at Work to Your Advantage - Webinar with Edward Hallowell, M.D., and Peter Shankman.

What jobs are best for ADHD brains? Manage symptoms at work.

9 to 5 with ADD: Practical Work Strategies for Clever ADHD Brains

What jobs are best for ADHD brains? Manage symptoms at work.

How to take your ego out of the process

How to take your ego out of the process

"ADHD can be an asset — if we learn how to work with it." | The Mighty

Why You Should Proudly Tell the World You Have ADHD

"ADHD can be an asset — if we learn how to work with it." | The Mighty

Should I tell my employer about ADHD? “Who should I tell?”  is a very tricky question.

Should I tell my employer about ADHD? “Who should I tell?” is a very tricky question.

How to Start Over - Realistically reassess your strengths.  Complete a values inventory.  Map out a plan of action that matches your values

Lean In(credible): Career Passion In Mid-Life

How to Start Over - Realistically reassess your strengths. Complete a values inventory. Map out a plan of action that matches your values

Doubly difficult when you’re a parent with ADHD. (Over 60% of you will share the ADHD diagnosis.)

Free Parenting Guide for Moms & Dads with ADHD

Doubly difficult when you’re a parent with ADHD. (Over 60% of you will share the ADHD diagnosis.)

ADHD and Tardiness: Better Late Than Never? - Solving the ADHD Tardiness Problem  (This will take some training.)

ADHD and Tardiness: Better Late Than Never?

ADHD and Tardiness: Better Late Than Never? - Solving the ADHD Tardiness Problem (This will take some training.)

Work distractions and how to work as a remote team member

Work distractions and how to work as a remote team member

"Nobody likes being told they can't have it all, but everyone has constraints on their time and energy. Every choice has a cost. - The Downside of Work-Life Balance

"Nobody likes being told they can't have it all, but everyone has constraints on their time and energy. Every choice has a cost. - The Downside of Work-Life Balance

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