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Aug 28, 2023

Peter Jensen, M.D., reviews the current research involving genetic and environmental factors associated with ADHD and discusses the scientific advances we may see in the next decade or more, including the diagnosis of more subtypes and novel treatments.

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Aug 25, 2023

Twice exceptional students may perform above average in some areas and below average in others. Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D., discusses how to identify students who are 2e and understand their unique hurdles to help them cope with stress and avoid burnout.

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Aug 10, 2023

Merriam Sarcia Saunders, LMFT, highlights the unique developmental and emotional needs parents of neurodivergent children must consider during and after divorce, including talking to the child, custody scheduling, and keeping treatment consistent.

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Aug 9, 2023

Temple Grandin, Ph.D., a prominent author, scientist, and esteemed professor at Colorado State University, talks about her journey growing up with autism in an era when children were routinely institutionalized following a diagnosis — and what helped her to follow her passions to world renown.

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Aug 7, 2023

Students who have ADHD and other executive functioning deficits are often misunderstood by educators. Brandon Slade shares research involving EF skills development and actionable supports that can help neurodivergent students succeed academically.

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