Free Webinar Replay: Pills and Beyond: A Guide to the Formulations and Delivery Options of ADHD Medication


In the past, the remedy of attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) was in large part limited to short-acting pills. However, this one-size-fits-all treatment means posed challenges for some patients — issue swallowing, issues in adjusting the dose, quick administration home windows, inconsistency of effects, and insufficient duration to title a few. Thankfully, a extra various vary of ADHD remedy formulations and delivery methods is available these days. But what differentiates those options? And how do you know which one(s) could also be best for you or a beloved one?

Join Laurie Dupar — educated Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, veteran ADHD lifestyles trainer, and director at the International ADHD Coach Training Center — as she opinions, in easy-to-understand language, the various medication formulations and delivery options available today for ADHD treatment.

In this webinar you'll learn:

  • The differing kinds of ADHD drugs to be had as of late — and how they're formulated and administered
  • Which FDA-approved ADHD treatment options you can swallow, sprinkle, or stick to your skin
  • Which new, FDA-approved remedy possibility isn’t a medication
  • Which ADHD medicines work briefly, which last longer, and which you'll be able to take at night
  • How ADHD drugs work and which one is also right for you

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related assets from ADDitude
  • Free e-newsletter updates about ADHD
  • An alternative to obtain a certificates of attendance

Certificate of Attendance
Attendees who successfully entire a survey after staring at this webinar will likely be eligible to obtain a one hour certificates of attendance. ADDitude does no longer offer CEU credits.

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on August 1, 2019.

Editors’ Note

Clarification on the delivery system of  Jornay PM, a new methylphenidate medication for sufferers ages 6 years and older:

Jornay PM is a stimulant medication that is taken in the evening but has a distinctive delayed-release technology that keeps it from operating for about 12 hours; the affected person wakes up the following morning with a healing blood stage of methylphenidate.  In its highlights of prescribing information, the FDA cites medical trials that prove the efficacy of Jornay PM, when taken between 6:30 pm and 9:30 pm the evening sooner than, at controlling ADHD symptoms  in the morning. Jornay PM’s extended-release layer then controls ADHD symptoms all through the day. Jornay PM’s proprietary drug delivery platform, called Delexis, is explained on, which details this micro-bead era, how it works, and how it achieves behind schedule launch through interaction with the affected person’s GI tract.

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, is a senior qualified ADHD Coach, trained psychiatric nurse, and founder of the International ADHD Coach Training Center. She makes a speciality of operating with clients who have been diagnosed with ADHD and who need to know how their brain works, reduce their demanding situations, and get things executed. For more details about Laurie’s programs, visit

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