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  • Archive: Nancy Ratey
    Vacation Use a Coach and Watch Your Vacation Take Off July August 1998 ADD vance 1 6 9 10 Coach s Corner Coaching Families March April 1998 ADD vance 1 4 30 31 Coach s Corner The Juggling Act Managing Possibilities and Challenges September October 1997 ADD vance 1 1 9 10 Coach s Corner 1997 ADD vance Special Premier Issue 8 Other Articles of Interest Going from Manual to Automatic Learning to Shift Gears with Ease and Grace July 2006 ADD vance How to Manage your Life Together Tips from a Coach June 2006 ADD resources Let Exercise Jump Start Your Weight Loss January 2006 ADD itude 6 3 44 Tick Tock Goes the Clock How a Coach Can Help You Manage Time with AD HD Winter 2005 ADD ult ADD vice 10 1 4 8 Coaching and AD HD in Adults Fact Sheet on ADD Coaching 2003 NationalResourceCenter on AD HD A Program of CHADD Coaching Through College September October 2003 ADD itude 4 2 42 43 How to Delegate July August 2003 ADD itude 4 1 18 How a Coach Can Help You Sustain Hope in a Time of Crisis May June 2003 ADD itude 3 6

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  • How to Manage Your Life Together: Tips from a Coach: Nancy Ratey
    that it was her turn to carpool Dinners were yet another battleground No matter how hard she tried Amanda just couldn t manage to coordinate meals She d have to go back to the grocery store two and three times for essentials like milk that she d forgotten on her first trip and it was beyond her to get everything cooked and on the table at the same time Dan couldn t understand how a mother could let these things slide Wasn t there such a thing as motherly instinct Where was Amanda s Their fights became more and more frequent and Amanda ran out of excuses She became depressed believing she had failed both as a wife and as a mother She had tried medication but constantly forgot to take it and thus saw no long term results Amanda s attempts to correct her bad habits failed Why should she bother trying again Is Amanda a bad mother What can she do What can Dan do to help her The shame and blame game is not useful when it comes to ADHD ADHD is not a character flaw It must be understood for what it is a neurobiological disorder How ever this doesn t mean that all behaviors should be excused It means that the first step for both parties is acceptance of this fact the ADHD is a neurobiological disorder Each person needs to learn as much as possible about ADHD and identify its effects on daily life In addition the spouse with ADHD needs to verbalize what gets in his or her way and ask for help as well as get proper treatment When one member of the family has ADHD all are affected Thus all must share in creating and implementing the solutions Family schedules nowadays are complex It s difficult for any one person to be accountable for all the schedules and activities of a household Post a large calendar in a common area and make it a part of the family s weekly routine to go over each others schedules Not only does this help with organizational issues but it provides a time for family mem bers to share their experiences and accomplishments Amanda needs to understand the impact of her ADHD and take action instead of labeling herself lazy or careless Asking trusted friends and her family to help her implement organizational systems in the house would make her feel less isolated and more empowered She s not alone Her struggles become a time to work with others Dan can help by understanding Amanda s need for reminders He could also share some of the household duties like occasionally getting the groceries or cooking Simply learning to support Amanda in a constructive way would bring the greatest benefit in Amanda s progress Some more tips 1 Create Rituals Know the power of structures and rituals Do all you can to establish and honor set times for different activities of your life together For

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  • ADD Resources Guide: Nancy Ratey
    coaching not ADHD coaching For directories of organizations that offer programs for Life Coaching not ADHD coaching please check the ICF or IAC International Coach Federation ICF International Association of Coaching IAC Fast Track Coach Training Program AD HD Coach Certification Institute for the Advancement of AD HD Coaching IAAC Professional Association of ADHD Coaches PAAC AD HD Coach Training American Coaching Association ACA ADD Coach Academy ADDCA JST COACHING

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  • Meet Nancy Ratey: Nancy Ratey
    ADHD Coaching the pre eminent document in the field Having dyslexia and ADHD herself Ms Ratey engineered her own road to success Ms Ratey graduated from The Ohio State University in 1982 and in 1991 she earned a Master s degree in Education from Harvard University specializing in administration planning and social policy While employed as a resident student advisor at Harvard she began working one on one with ADHD students who came to her because they knew she was personally familiar with their struggles At Harvard she started a speaker series that not only encouraged students to seek accommodations from the administration but which also helped shape Harvard s policies on working with students with learning disabilities and ADHD She became a leader in the field of disability rights and was invited in 1988 to give expert testimony to a congressional committee concerning the historic Americans with Disabilities Act Ms Ratey is a Master Certified Coach and Senior Disability Analyst She writes extensively on coaching and ADHD topics and has co authored two books Tales from the Workplace and Coaching College Students with AD HD Issues and Answers She has also contributed chapters and articles to numerous publications Her latest book The Disorganized Mind Coaching Your ADHD Brain to Take Control of Your Time Tasks and Talents was published in April of 2008 by St Martin s Press Apart from serving as the past President of ADDA Ms Ratey has served on the professional advisory boards of several leading ADHD organizations including Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder CHADD She is a current board member of the Edge Foundation She has also directed her energy at developing and delivering programs and conducting training for various organizations including Harvard University Dartmouth College and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Ms Ratey

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  • Press Photos: Nancy Ratey
    Photos Meet Nancy Ratey Media Appearances Interviews Press Photos Curriculum Vitae Stay in the loop Subscribe to Nancy Ratey s mailing list for occasional important ADHD news Email Address Contact Nancy Ratey By email By telephone 781 237 3508 2008

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  • Curriculum Vitae: Nancy Ratey
    Coming soon Meet Nancy Ratey Media Appearances Interviews Press Photos Curriculum Vitae Stay in the loop Subscribe to Nancy Ratey s mailing list for occasional important ADHD news Email Address Contact Nancy Ratey By email By telephone 781 237 3508

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