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edutopia Sep 23
Students with attention disorders struggle to self-regulate. These brain-aligned tips—which focus on students’ strengths and interests—can help.
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Gillian 9h
Every child with other conditions deserve a education like every one else what do we do when the going gets tough we kick them out it's not the child that's the prob the school should look at how there teaching and dealing with the child
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Jessica 9m
Brains!! LOOK!!!!! 😁😁😁 at the !!!!
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Rebecca Champ Sep 21
Calling all those interested in Research! We've just received an email from the University of Cambridge, who are currently looking for participants for an MRI Medication study. Contact us for more details!
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Nancy Doyle Sep 24
Why. WHY have I got three charging cables and no pens in my bags.
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Quantum Leap 16h
ADHD made tragic schoolboy Bradley John 'magnet for bullies' claims father after his son took is own life in school toilet suicide Yet another example of disabiliy-based bullying & devastating Impact bullying has on kids’ lives.
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tristan Sep 23
This is why I never finish anything i do half a cover and then want to do something else
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peter grinspoon 1h
It's amazing to watch someone (an adult) with consume . Often, their ADHD symptoms entirely disappear, and they don't even appear to get high... (sort of like how psychostimulants can have a paradoxical effect on people w ADHD...)
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drhallowell 2h
: I'm very short on what you might call the intermediate reflective step between impulse and action.
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Lis Sep 24
From the moment I wake up, to the time my son comes home from school, I'm terrified of getting lost in my thoughts and missing his bus, even with all the alarm reminders. What if I'm too deep into following a new-found pattern? I love patterns...
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Ann Douglas 5h
An interesting insight from : "The ADHD brain is a 'now' or 'not now' brain." She explains in this brief Q&A with me:
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Irene Ghattas 🌻💙 23h
Went out on a limb today and decided to disclose my and to my supervisor, and I am so happy that it was well received. Not only did I not get a negative response, but my supervisor asked what they could do to support me and help me succeed!
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#MagicCarpet 15h
Replying to @artwith_heart
What could art by women with ADHD bring to the table/carpet/discussion of ? How can this irritate the deficit model?ADHD as subject matter & creative strategy explored in my presentation - with . Thanks for having us
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Peter Marrable 4h
Heard about on in the . Hopefully they can help me. Sent an email tonight. Just need some help & support with my son who has 🤞🏻
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The Dyspraxic Doctor 12h
This is the best resource I have come across to show colleagues and parents what it 'feels like' for neurodiverse people in meetings/classrooms Virtual reality clip by BBC Project Cape...
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Gillian 9h
Son had melt down tried to calm him but when he gets to a point there's no talking him down all I can do make sure he's safe and wait till he tires him self out .
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loki420mew 5h
My physiatrist skipped our appointment due to personal issues.. I ran out of medication and needed more.. Now I am on day 2 of withdrawals... trying to not be negative and agitated but wow it's been a tough few days.
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A Voice For Choice Sep 22
is usually recommended if a experiences fever after . Most aren't aware that Tylenol compromises the body's ability to detoxify, raising the risk of , , .
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Asca Focused 10h
Just been told may have to wait till the new year for my assessment 😢😥😧😭😲⛈️⚡🌊🌩️🌧️🚺
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Karl 17h
My t-shirt for university today does seem to sum up how I feel at the moment. I know it won't last for long, but even so. Haha. As the song goes, things can only get better. Have a good day everyone.
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