#1 ADHS und Ruhestand(Rentenalter)-bonus years von Pippilotta 27.07.2015 15:10

ADHS und Ruhestand(Rentenalter):
Der Umgang mit ADHS Symptomen im Rentenalter - wie kann das funktionieren?
Einerseits entfällt der Druck das eigene Leben zu strukturieren, andererseits ist die fehlende Struktur für ADHSler auch eine Falle und
damit die sog "bonus years" auch wirklich eine angenehme Zugabe sind, werden in beiden Artikeln auch (neben tollen Infos) Tipps gegegeben
worauf zu achten ist und was vermieden werden sollte.

Den Aufsatz habe ich lediglich in der englischen Version gefunden, leider noch nicht auf Deutsch.
Vielleicht kommt das noch - irgendwann...

LG
Pippilotta, die heute schon mal in ihre Zukunft als ADHS Rentnerin schaut


ADD-friendly Retirement Planning
Tips for an ADHD-friendly Retirement

Get help in planning for your retirement. Don’t just let it happen and worry about the results later.Healthy sleep patterns are critical.
Be aware of the risks of sleeping too much (often a sign of depression) or of falling into patterns of staying up most of the night and
sleeping much of the day.

Find convenient ways to assure regular healthy meals. Many ADHDers fall into little or no meal planning which often results in very poor
nutrition as they resort to snack foods with very few fruits and vegetables.

Look for ways to structure your days. Part-time work can be very gratifying as it provides stimulation, structure and a sense of
accomplishment — not to mention additional income.(...)


Quelle: CHESAPEAKE ADHD CENTER




Older Adults With ADHD

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How are the “bonus years” affected by ADHD?

Little has been written about retirement, aging and ADHD. But this developing issue in the ADHD community should not be ignored. An increasing number of individuals are in need of assistance as they make the transition from work years to bonus years and beyond. The shift from work to retirement is often difficult because the structure, support and stimulation of work life suddenly disappears with little to take its place. Under-stimulation sets in, often accompanied by boredom, lethargy and depression.

What can adults with ADHD do to prepare for a more ADD-friendly retirement?
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Quelle: CHESAPEAKE ADHD CENTER

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