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Live Webinar on March 21: ADHD Then and Now: How Our Understanding Has Evolved

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Not available March 21? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Over its lifetime, ADHD has been a lightning rod for controversy and for heated debates over its increasing diagnostic rates, its pharmacological treatment, and its links to factors like screen use and social media.

At the same time, important advances have been made. We now understand ADHD better than ever at a neurological level, have made research-informed modifications to the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD and comorbid mental health disorders, and are better understanding sex differences in ADHD symptom presentation.Today’s ADHD treatment options generally rely on tried-and-true combinations of behavioral parent training, medication, school-based consultation, and social and organizational skills training.

Some new treatment options — diet, exercise, neurofeedback, and digital training programs — have inspired hope for breakthrough interventions but have been largely unable to deliver on their promise.

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