Hey, I'm Dusty!
Myself and the coaches who work with me help adults with ADHD to have more fun every day, feel successful, find their passion and GET MORE ORGANIZED!
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From the ADHD Blog
This month, I’m excited to announce that I’ll be speaking at the annual CHADD Conference in Dallas, Texas on the topic of ADHD and pregnancy! I’m co-presenting with the wonderful Alix Bacon, president of the Canadian Midwives Association. Our talk will centre around what research findings tell us about the use of stimulant medication in
Parenting with ADHD ain’t easy! We hear a lot about parenting a child who has ADHD, but what about when the parent has it? ADHD is a neurobiological disorder that impacts a person’s executive functioning skills – the ability to organize, self-regulate, inhibit impulses, focus and sustain attention, prioritize and make choices and more. ADHD
**please note: in this blog I use gendered language to describe motherhood but I am aware that there are many non-binary or trans parents with ADHD who carry and birth children and are the primary caregivers to newborns who may also have similar experiences to mine. I have chosen to mostly use the terms ‘mom’
This fillable, downloadable PDF is an all-in-one pregnancy journal for pregnant people with ADHD. Made in conjunction with Alix Bacon of the Midwives Association of BC, this journal will help you manage your pregnancy as well as assist you with thinking through the ways that ADHD may impact you during pregnancy.