A podcast about ADHD. People share candid stories about the moments when it finally clicked that they — or someone they know — has ADHD. Laura Key is not only the host, but also someone who had her own ADHD "aha" moment. Hear about the unexpected, emotional, and even funny ways ADHD symptoms and signs surface for kids and adults. Guests talk about childhood ADHD, adult ADHD, ADHD in women, parenting kids with ADHD, ADHD diagnosis, and more. ADHD Aha! is part of the Understood Podcast Network. Understood is a nonprofit and social impact organization dedicated to shaping a world where the 1 in 5 people who learn and think differently can thrive. Learn more about ADHD Aha! and all our podcasts at u.org/podcasts. Copyright © 2021 Understood for All, Inc. All rights reserved. Understood is not affiliated with pharmaceutical companies.
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OMG I never thought about why I hate doing the dishes so much, like would rather clean the toilet than do the dishes... it's a sensory thing. 🤯
Love this podcast. Was diagnosed as an adult only two years ago. When I hear other ADHD-ers’ stories, it feels like strangers have been secretly stalking me my whole life and then talking to each other about all my secret (and public) struggles in a very public forum 😆😆😆 Truly!! It’s INSANE. Insane. And very validating. Thank you so much for doing these!! It’s important and healing.
This is the same exact struggles we went through with our now 7 y. o. daughter. She is the most creative, loving, quirky girl but can be super intense and difficult. She was diagnosed a year ago and is now on medication which has been a game changer.
I work with children (and parents!) during the diagnostic and treatment process for ADHD and other related conditions (like learning differences! - thank you “in it!”). I’m grateful to be able to point parents toward a well researched, thoughtful and relatable podcast to help them get acquainted with ADHD. It’s nice to have an option aside from recommending a book and I’ve had a lot of parents come back saying that it’s helped them to understand their child through a new lens. It’s also helpful ... more
Love listening to this podcast and hearing people’s stories and relating to their experiences. I have more Aha moments with each episode and gain a little acceptance and compassion for myself. more
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