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CHADD's National Resource Center on ADHD hosts monthly online webcasts with leading experts in the field of ADHD. These webcasts are free and anyone can participate. Chat participants can submit questions to be answered by the expert. You can register for upcoming Ask the Expert Webcasts and view recordings of previous Ask the Experts.

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Strategies for Promoting Positive Behavior in Children with ADHD and Their Siblings Strategies for Promoting Positive Behavior in Children with ADHD and Their Siblings
Jennifer Keluskar, PhD
Many of the strategies used to manage behaviors in children with ADHD can also help their siblings. But, differences in emotional and behavioral regulation in children with ADHD make it necessary to provide them with additional support and strategies. Learn new strategies to help your family have a happier home life and improved relationships with your children.

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The Choice is in the Details: Medication Options for ADHD The Choice is in the Details: Medication Options for ADHD
Max Wiznitzer, MD
Medication is a proven treatment for ADHD. It can improve attention span and decrease distractibility and overactivity. While medication is effective for many people, how do you know if it is right for you or your child? Learn about ADHD medication choices, including the difference between stimulants and non-stimulants, how medications work, the benefits, and potential side effects.

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5 Solutions to Common ADHD Social Struggles 5 Solutions to Common ADHD Social Struggles
Caroline Maguire, ACCG, PCC, M.Ed.
Many children with ADHD struggle to make and keep friends. Learn how to address 5 common ADHD social struggles including: making friends, losing friends quickly, carrying on reciprocal conversations, overreacting to problems and following through. Participants will come to understand the relationship between executive function weaknesses and common ADHD behaviors that lead to children’s social struggles.

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