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October is ADHD Awareness Month

Posted by Christen Barbercheck on

October is ADHD Awareness Month. ADHD is a neurological condition that affects both children and adults of all ages. Early diagnosis and treatment can help individuals and their families thrive instead of continue to struggle or feel misunderstood.


Here at Time Timer, we’re sharing facts, tips, tools, and insights to continue to raise awareness about ADHD. We’re also hosting weekly giveaways all month long - check our Facebook and Instagram pages for all the details!


To kick things off, we have compiled five great resources to learn more about ADHD and tools to help. 

  1. Myths and Facts About ADHD from the ADHD Awareness Coalition. Learn about ADHD myths and facts to dispel the harmful stories that perpetuate stigma.

  2. About ADHD from Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD). CHADD provides an overview, along with specialized information for adults, parents and caregivers, educators, and professionals.   
  3. 31 ADHD Myths in 31 Days — Debunked! from ADDitude Magazine. Learn the truth about ADHD symptoms, treatments, and causes.

  4. Understanding ADHD from Understood. Watch a video and download a free factsheet on ADHD.

  5. A Genius ADHD Time Management Method from Time Timer. That’s us! How we can help with “Time Blasts”, a more flexible version of the Pomodoro Technique suitable for both children and adults. 
Make sure to follow us on social media for more great tips throughout the month!

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