We're talking about memory this week, the functions of memory that may be impaired with ADHD and strategies for improving your memory that come from some surprising places!
Do you ever feel like you’re forgetting something? You’re not alone. In fact, if you’re struggling with ADHD and executive functioning challenges, you’ve probably conditioned yourself to live in a constant state of anxiety around forgetfulness. But you can get on the road to repair, and it’s likely easier than you imagine. With quick and easy tools to help you catalog the things you need to remember, you can build a trusted system that supports you day to day, year to year. This isn’t about fixing your memory. It’s about fixing the systems to support your work so you can embrace the memory you have!
New research gives us insight into the relationship between learning and our physiological health that can help us not only learn more, more quickly, but understand more clearly what is not functioning when we’re compromised. From sleep to diet to supplements, this week we’re talking all about tools that can help you live clear-headed, and keep on learning!
Want to encourage your kids to have a strong memory for process? Building those habits starts early! With attention to building the right habits now, you can overcome the little stresses that can turn into big pressures at home. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright share some of the more common struggles and the accommodations that work around the home.
We all forget. That's why we develop systems, accommodations that help us remember the things we need to remember, when we need to remember them. But for those struggling with ADHD, working memory is a core part of the executive function system, and when not functioning correctly can impact more than simple processing. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about the critical importance of a sharp working memory to living the organized lifestyle, and reduce the stress and judgement that comes with dealing with ADHD, memory, and taking control of the systems in your life.