Shifting from “Snow Day” to Opportunity Mentality while Social Distancing with ADHD

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This week, Cam and Shelly discuss how different clients are experiencing the slow down in the pace of life as they practice social distancing amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As the number of urgent items that need our attention decreases, our clients are turning our attention to activating on items that are important but not urgent.

Using several recent client examples we discuss how our clients are uniquely experiencing reduction in urgency and demands on their attention as adults with ADHD. Using these examples, we then discuss how listeners can adjust in the absence of urgency by looking for the opportunities created by this slower pace.

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