Attention Deficit Disorder Resources A national non-profit organization for people with attention deficit disorder (ADD). Their site features articles by national ADHD authorities as well as adults with ADD. In addition, they host the National ADHD Directory which has over 550 service providers listed.
Individuals can also sign up for the free monthly eNews. Memberships are available for $45 for the first year; $25 for additional years. Membership includes the 138 page Adult ADD Reader, our 8 page quarterly newsletter, ADDult ADDvice, and free access to our lending library with over 450 books, audiotapes and videos on ADHD in children, adolescents and adults. http://www.addresources.org/ -
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Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder This site provides information about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD) including diagnosis, treatment, classroom management, parent education, behavior modification, communication and family relationships, and is updated as needed to reflect current research on attention deficit disorder. There you will find comprehensive information, practical suggestions and useful materials for teaching and parenting children and teens with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. http://www.childdevelopmentinfo.com/kids_adhd/adhd.shtml -
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Living with ADDTop Rated A wonderful site that provides a valuable resource to folks living with attention deficit disorder (ADD). Offers the usual array of articles, message boards, personal stories, links to other resources, and more. A simple site to navigate and use. http://www.livingwithadd.com/ -
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Outside the Box! Original articles by teacher/parent, news, research, forum, and resource links for parents and teachers of kids with ADHD/Special Needs. Content, unless otherwise noted, written/copyrighted by Laurie Hagberg
Please request permission to use material found on this site.
As for reprinting, I ask that you include a link to that page rather than reprinting it.
Do feel free to link to the resources here.
* * This web site, "Outside the Box," is for educational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for a consultation or visit with your family physician or other mental health specialist. http://adhd.kids.tripod.com -
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Perspectives on Adult and Child Attention Deficit DisorderTop Rated Articles on ethics, coping skills, medication issues and school advocacy.
There has been controversy about the use of medications to treat both children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder There have been articles debating whether Ritalin is over or under prescribed. When people ask me about this, I tell them that I can only answer for the children and adults that I have evaluated or treated. Yes, there probably are some individuals who have received medication when some other treatment might have been better. On the other hand, there are probably others who were not been diagnosed for years and could have benefited from medication. Finally, even if someone has attention deficit disorder (ADHD) and is on medication, is it the best medication, dosage and timing? http://www.ncpamd.com/adhd.htm -
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The Invisible ClockTop Rated The Invisible Clock works as an automatic reminder system. It helps you master your time and be more focused, allowing you to keep control of your time instead of it controlling you. Plus the silent alert gives you freedom from looking at the clock and helps you be more present to tasks at hand. It has a timer with repeat option, an interval timer with 3 unique alerts per interal, and 12 daily alarms. An interesting product for people with ADD or ADHD. http://www.invisibleclock.com -
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PlayDHDNew PlayDHD is an online channel for education and entertainment focused on Play and adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD. Our content is designed to bring awareness to you, our audience, about the importance and impact of play, particularly for those diagnosed with ADHD, or living with someone who has ADHD. http://playdhd.com -
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Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder With over 22,000 members in over 200 affiliates nationwide, CHADD is the nation's leading
non-profit organization serving individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(AD/HD). Through collaborative leadership, advocacy, research, education and support,
CHADD provides science-based, evidence-based information about AD/HD to parents,
educators, professionals, the media and the general public. http://www.chadd.org/ -
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Directive Parenting This is an individualized child therapy site that works well with ADHD and other childhood issues. Directive Parenting provides a structure behavioral system based on parents' identification of symptoms. Directive Parenting then produces an individualized chart for monitoring the behaviors and develops consequence systems that can regularly be modified based on progress.The program was developed by Robert Field, Ph.D. a child psychologist for 30 years. http://www.directiveparenting.com -
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Genes to Cognition Online Genes to Cognition (G2C) Online is about modern neuroscience. It focuses on cognitive disorders, cognitive processes, and research approaches and includes 750+ unique items. Six disorders are covered including ADHD, Alzheimer's disease, autism, bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia. http://www.g2conline.org/ -
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Young ADD/ADHD People MatterTop Rated This site was setup by a survivor of ADHD to educate the world about the issues that matter to ADHD'ers. Has information related to ADHD/ADD and its treatments, oriented toward a younger audience. YADHDPM was set up at first because I was getting iritated searching the internet for a website which would explain AD/HD in a way that was easy for me to understand. The more I searched the more frustrated I became as it soon became clear that there was nothing available which made sense to me. So on a boring February day in 2000 I decided to fill the gap I saw, and so YADHDPM was born. http://www.yadhdpm.co.uk/ -
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