Exploring & Managing the Impact of ADHD Across the Lifespan


While Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is commonly associated with childhood, research indicates that deficits in attention and executive functioning can persist well into adolescence and adulthood. For those individuals whose symptoms are misunderstood or misdiagnosed, these unaddressed deficits are associated with academic underachievement, underemployment, and psychosocial difficulties. The current presentation seeks to explore the literature regarding the long-term impact of unmanaged or undiagnosed attentional deficits and executive dysfunction and how these symptoms can interfere with all areas of functioning.

Hosted by NJCTS (NJ Center for Tourette’s Syndrome)

Presented by:
Hilary Murphy, PhD
CNNH Neuropsychologist

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Anxiety and Learning Differences

In this WEBINAR VIDEO RECORDING, Dr. Hilary Murphy, PhD, a Neuropsychologist at CNNH NeuroHealth, approaches the topic of Anxiety in the classroom from a clinical perspective. She explores the many relationships between, and contributors of, anxiety and learning differences for developing students. This webinar should help both Educators and Parents to better understand and manage potential issues of their students and children.

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Facebook Live: Dr. Boles on Genetic Testing w/ MitoAction

In this recorded Facebook Live event from Dec 11th, 2018, hosted by MITOACTION (http://www.mitoaction.org/), renowned medical geneticist and Director of the CNNH NeuroGenomics program, Richard Boles, MD, discusses the many ways Genetic Testing and the field of NeuroGenomics can positively impact patients lives, whether it is working directly with the patient, or partnering with their primary care physician. Since this event was hosted by MitoAction, he also took time to highlight the relationship between Genetic Testing and Mitochondrial Disorders.

Introducing Dr. Boles is Dr. Pnina Mintz, Vice President of CNNH, who briefly takes the screen to answer questions about CNNH NeuroHealth, who we are and what we do.

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