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Live Webinar on March 15: Regret and Resolve: How Women with ADHD Can Transform the Challenges of a Late Diagnosis

Not available March 15? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Middle-aged women with ADHD face all of the typical challenges of aging — declining health, family concerns, career stresses, tough decisions about moving or downsizing — plus a wide range of ADHD-related complications.In this webinar, Dr.

Kathleen Nadeau will share the first-hand experiences of older women facing the regrets and challenges of a later ADHD diagnosis — and how they overcame them. The stories and winning strategies are based on Nadeau’s interviews with more than 75 women with ADHD, age 60 and older.

Her findings will be shared in her upcoming book, Still Distracted After All these Years, to be published in 2022.In this webinar, women will learn to:Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., earned her degree from the University of Florida where she worked with Paul Satz, Ph.D., one of the early pioneers in understanding the newly developing field of learning disorders. She is the author or co-author of 13 books related to ADHD and is a frequent lecturer, nationally and internationally.Her first major publication, in the mid-1990s, was A Comprehensive Guide to ADHD in Adults: Research, Diagnosis and Treatment (#CommissionsEarned).

Since that time, she has written a best-selling book for children with ADHD, Learning to Slow Down and Pay Attention (#CommissionsEarned), as well as books on ADHD for teens and college students, for adults in the workplace, and for adults with ADHD. In 1999, she shared the CHADD Hall of Fame Award with her co-author, Patricia Quinn, M.D., for their groundbreaking work

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