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Press Releases from Celebrate! ADHD (4 total)

ADHD Myths — What If There Really Isn’t Anything Wrong with ADHD Children?

February 6, 2006 (Washington, D.C.) - An ADHD diagnosis can often signal a lifetime of struggles for children. But consider the case of Robbie Raffino. Robbie used to rise every day like most eight-year-olds. He'd wipe the sleepiness from his eyes, throw on shorts and shirt that don't match and eat cereal while watching cartoons. But the innocence ended there. He'd swallow his Ritalin, hop on the school bus and enter

Making ADHD Kids Winners

(Washington, D.C.) January 31, 2006 - Parents of children with ADHD, or Attention Deficit Disorder, are no different than other parents-they want their kids to be winners in life. Like all children, kids with ADHD face many unique challenges in life. So what lessons can ADHD families learn from elite athletes preparing to battle for the Super Bowl Championship? According to Kirk Martin, Founder of educational organization Celebrate! ADHD, “Children with

ADHD Benefits Children

(Washington, D.C.) January 11, 2006 - ADHD should be welcomed, cultivated and celebrated-not dreaded and eliminated-because it imparts children with advantageous qualities society needs. Recent research demonstrates that individuals with ADHD possess many superior traits necessary for extraordinary achievements in the arts, sciences and business. Schools reward those who are compliant, attentive and methodical. But children with ADHD are the creative innovators like iPod inventor Steve Jobs; passionate, intuitive feelers

5 Christmas Tips for Children with ADHD

(Washington, D.C.) December 15, 2005 -- Parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often cringe during the holidays. The expectation of presents and chaotic busyness can turn already energetic children into spinning tops. Celebrate! ADHD Founder Kirk Martin has developed a list of “5 Christmas Tips for Children with ADHD.” “Most families self-destruct and miss out on the spirit of the season,” says Martin. “We think parents can make

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