I tried to email this podcast to give them feedback but the email bounced so don’t bother trying to email them. I’ll make my feedback public I stead: As a person with ADHD I find the shows are way too long to listen to. Shorter shows would really be helpful for people with ADHD given we have a...Read full review »
vmhxhkxutdlvjcgdmhxhee Rs nhvh via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/10/22
The ADDitude Magazine webinar series is essential listening for people with, or people caring for others with ADHD.
Ben w ADHD via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/06/22
This is the best ADHD podcast I’ve found. I’ve listened for years. Especially when I need to get something done. There is something for each phase of life of those for ADHD. I really appreciate the work that goes into the creation and production. The professionals are top notch and real...Read full review »
Gen817 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/09/22
How can I watch it live?
perk!! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/02/22
I want to listen to this so badly because it genuinely sounds like it has great and helpful content.. but I have never made it longer than 3 minutes due to the lip smacking after every sentence. It makes my skin crawl. I understand it’s how she talks but it makes it impossible to listen to. There...Read full review »
mynameistakenMolly via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/22
Recently diagnosed and still coming to grips with it. The hardest part is trying to get my inner circle ‘on board’. Most valuable episode: No. 274 For your partner to listen to.
Get. It . Done via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/08/22
Always a great topic and presented with concise, organized information.
romeosgirl12 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/28/22
I love the content of this show. I’ve been using ADDitude Magazine as a resource for decades. I just wish they’d put more into the audio quality. My main time for listening is in a commute in my old car and I can’t always make out what they’re saying and the volume level between the hostess and...Read full review »
Skriddles via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/27/22
I’m an adult in my 50’s with ADHD. I find the podcast topics to be so relatable which for me creates a sense of excitement and ultimately a sense of calm.
JuiceBurger via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/22
I really enjoy this podcast and it has helped me a ton. I agree with other reviewers that the audio can be rough, and the introductory remarks go on way too long. But overall, I appreciate the podcast. Some guest speakers are more pleasant to listen to than others. Even the more...Read full review »
darkladydisdain via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/22
Most of the podcasts just go on and on, giving examples, but provide very little useful information… Maybe 5 minutes hidden in 60 minutes of blabbering Yes I already know what a bummer it is to have ADHD. I don’t need to hear all the personal, detailed stories of their clients. For goodness...Read full review »
katrinahurry via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/22
Disappointed with the quality of this podcast. There seems to be no serious scientific review behind the lectures.
dr_talinka via Apple Podcasts · Israel · 05/21/22
I love this podcast! So many great episodes. Such an invaluable resource. Thank you to all involved in providing us with such brilliant content!!
Shaunsreview via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/29/22
This ADHD podcast is right on the money. Not only is there a shortage of trained ADHD doctors, they are scared to death of prescribing medications for the 60+ seniors!
eric1949 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/27/22
I am a pediatrician and internist who diagnoses and treats adults and children with ADHD and refer my patients to the website and podcast as a trusted resource.
Dr recommended via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/01/22
Absolutely agree…. Great stuff but way too long for a regular easy sitting between jobs. Even at 1.5 or 2x speed. 30min or so would be way more effective…. And result in more listens, and listeners.
Edwardioso via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 03/30/22
For an Inattentive ADHDer these podcasts are far too long! They are interesting and insightful, good range of content, but I need to listen to them on 1.5x speed to get through them 😮‍💨 Please consider reducing the niceties and length of advertising during the intro.
oushk via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 03/09/22
I want to listen to this as a podcast, I read other articles and watch session on the website but they have not adapted to a listenable podcast. It seems like it should be so popular because the content is so good but as the very few other reviews have said it is tinny and hard to listen to. I...Read full review »
brocollini via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/25/22
I thoroughly enjoy this podcast and the way it finds solutions to certain obstacles. Episode 371 talked about improving outcomes for college students and I’ve begun to use the ideas that were suggested in my day to day life. Although each episode talks about overcoming ADHD in different contexts,...Read full review »
blaquille oneill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/22
These ‘podcasts’ are the audio portion of webinars. They contain great information however, be prepared for lots of discussion about slides you can’t see, inferior webinar sound and presenters who have geared their talk specifically to the webinar. I can’t listen to them as I drift off after one...Read full review »
not good for add via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/19/22
Unacceptably poor audio quality for it being 2022 now. The male speaker who starts many episodes is so boring it hurts. There have been several questionable guest speakers recently that make me hesitant to trust this podcast as a reliable resource. Tracy Otsuka, who has an incredibly ableist...Read full review »
caitica86 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/18/22
The poor audio is UNACCEPTABLE! The most imminent need for this podcast to become a meaningful resource is to invest in better recording equipment. I agree with another reviewer that the echo is a nearly insurmountable barrier to accessing this content. The titles are always attractive. The...Read full review »
Lsmoke via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/21
I’m not only a teacher, but my 7yo son was recently diagnosed with ADHD. This podcast has given me different tools to use at school for my son (he’s in my class this year!) and students, and at home. I can’t get enough! Thank you so much for this valuable resource!
Rachq10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/21
The content is exceptional, but the poor audio makes it nearly impossible to listen too. Please modify, the information is too important to miss!
AngusGui via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/20/21
It’s hard to listen to many of the episodes because the audio is so bad
Shay Dakota 19 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/16/21
Thomas Brown is wrong about other ways of helping ADHD than just medication. It’s a never a one and only solution situation. And scans and genetic testing are helpful.
djleinin via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/21
I found this on a Google search looking for ways to help with executive function and organizing my work from home day. Sensory processing is a huge issue with adhd and I can’t get through the episodes I found in my Google search because of the grating audio. Really a bummer
Al3xNicol3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/05/21
There are few things I describe as life changing, it this podcast is one of them. Every speaker is highly knowledgeable and insightful on ADHD. Providing very practical and educational advice, it’s through this podcast I’ve learnt so much about my own ADHD diagnosis. Most importantly through it...Read full review »
adhdbythebeach via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/15/21
One of the three most important neurodiversity podcasts, featuring well structured informational speeches from a different speaker each time. Easy to listen to. Targeted, compressed enough.
Stock Holm via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 07/10/21
I really like this podcast but this episode was so hard to listen to. The echoes and host’s scratchy voice had me contemplating if I should stop listening. It was so distracting.
chris.rox via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/05/21
As a mom of a teen with ADHD and an adolescent psychologist helping other parents with their teens, I turn to this show frequently to learn new approaches and different ways to teach the approaches I already use. The experts on this show provide a wealth of insight and value to parents and...Read full review »
narwal alexa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/21
The Interviewer on the other hand... sounds sooo bothered by all these educated people, unbothered by all the information “Mmhmmm” I just cannot.
dyjjanina via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/04/21
I am a researcher and shocked with this “expert” talk. Absolutely disgraceful presentation. No scientific evidence presented for his “opinion”- He flat out demonizes his own patients (if he is an expert) and then said they had no hope for a normal family and working life. Cynical and...Read full review »
LornJP via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 05/21/21
... but one of the characteristics of my ADHD is a low tolerance for things that aren’t stimulating, and this podcast is unbearably boring. Who is the target audience for this?
cranky19877 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/15/21
Really interesting and informative. One small thing; the audio on the intro is terrible. I bet people tune in for the first time and turn off hearing that.
Rubber Ritchie via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/14/21
I reeeally want to listen to this podcast, but the echo and audio are so terrible that it makes it literally impossible with my ADHD. What a shame!
Limeade33 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/13/21
I am blown away by the breadth and quality of this podcast. Such quality of research aggregated in one place is nothing short of a gift for someone like me who wants to truly understand ADHD and it’s lifelong impact on me.
FoxGirl6 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/18/21
I am fairly recently (within the last 5 years) diagnosed with ADHD. This brought me to my knees & had tears streaming down my face! Finally!! Validation!! Giving female-specific insight, is like taking off an oxygen mask & discovering you can breathe without one. I have been on...Read full review »
MissGarceau via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/15/21
I am literally in tears listening to the episode about differences in women. It is exposing issues I have that I had no idea we’re ADHD related, like trouble maintaining close friendships. I just texted 4 of my oldest friends and apologized for my lack of reaching out and initiating and thanked...Read full review »
bailey7. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/10/21
Love the concept but I often fall of bc it takes too long to get to the point. Wish you would start with the point/conclusion and then elaborate, instead of the other way around
Med vennlig hilsen via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 04/05/21
Thank you!
Maineknitter via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/03/21
I enjoy the content and perspectives, but the poor sound quality presents an access barrier to me.
CollidingCold via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/06/21
This expert made so much sense to me - and he gave me some really good things to reflect on. I really identified with a lot of the content and just found the description of my child’s behaviour (and mine) to be so accurate - I related to it all. The perspective offered was really encouraging and...Read full review »
mystery man11112121345656 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/04/21
I had to stop listening. Way too many “ums”, And other speaking pauses. I’m only in 10 minutes and I’ve lost count. So bad.
Sir Mix o' Lot via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/31/21
This is the best free resource I have found to date for ongoing personal education about ADHD. Some episodes are more relevant than others to me personally, but the content is consistently top-notch, with deep dives on particular aspects of ADHD research, treatment, and support. ADDitude, thanks...Read full review »
AlextheAlex12 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/16/21
I’m trying to listen to this podcast. I really want the information. But the people are so boring. I find it ironic that a podcast about ADHD showcases experts who speak in such a droning, monotonous way. I’m distracted and inattentive within seconds. When I can focus, it sounds like good...Read full review »
Ferph via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/08/21
Thank you so much for this concise location to find out the latest information on ADHD. It’s been so informative & helpful!
bobosayta via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/01/21
Please get a better quality microphone, it sounds like you are under water.
CanbyTeacher via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/28/20
I learn so much from this podcast when I’m able to sit through one. However, the audio is so bad I have an extremely tough time listening all the way through. From what I understand you’re replaying webcasts, so I get the subpar sound. HOWEVER, if you truly want to help us, the audio quality must...Read full review »
terabella via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/25/20
I have learned so much but the poor audio and the format is hard to engage with so my ADHD brain keeps losing focus ):
noturaverageflowerchild via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/24/20
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