Helpful media content about ADHD/ADD.
Attention Talk Radio Presents: ADHD and Black Lives: Culture Mattershttps://www.blogtalkradio.com/attentiontalkradio/2021/03/03/adhd-and-black-lives-culture-matters
ADHD and Black lives… We know ADHD doesn’t discriminate. It impacts all races, genders, and ethnicities. The question is, are Black lives underserved and/or underrepresented? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) interviews ADHD coach Larry A. Jones, MD, MBA, (www.enabletables.com) around ADHD culture, the need for awareness, and the necessity to inspire thought leaders in the Black community to become educated about the impact of untreated ADHD.
Using the Pause and Mindfulness to Manage Stress and Anxiety.
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Enable Tables Presents: TABLE TALKS
Listen to ADHD and LIFE Coach, Larry A Jones, MD as he is interviewed by Bernice Bennett from BlogTalkRadio:
Introducing Table Talks and TASTE of Success Coaching
Listen to Audrey R. Jones and Larry A. Jones , MD as they are interviewed by Bernice Bennett from BlogTalk Radio:
Falling Through The Ceiling
Keith Antone interview with Audrey R. Jones and Dr. Larry A. Jones
Why Is There A Pipeline?
Excerpt: Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption
By Bryan Stevenson (2014, Penguin Random House)
“This book is about getting closer to mass incarceration and extreme punishment in America. It is about how easily we condemn people in this country and the injustice we create when we allow fear, anger and distance to shape the way we treat the most vulnerable among us. The prison population has increased from 300,000 people in the early 1970s to 2.3 million people today. Some states have no minimum age for prosecuting children as adults; we’ve sent a quarter million kids to adults jails and prisons to serve long prison terms, some under the age of twelve. For years, we’ve been the only country in the world that condemns children to life imprisonment without parole; nearly three thousand juvenile have been sentenced to prison to die. Finally, we spend lots of money. Spending on jails and prisons by state and federal governments has risen from $6.9 billion in 1980 to nearly $80 billion today.” (p. 14-16)