Resources for ADD
Learn about ADD and tap into your inner advocate. These resources can provide you with information you need to make effective choices.
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ADHD Information Booklet [offsite link]
This is a booklet from the National Institute of Mental Health. It has a wealth of information about all aspects of ADD/ADHD in children, teens, and adults. This includes information on medications.
BellaOnline ADD Site Tour
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Building School Success in a New Year
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CHADD:Children and Adults With Attention Deficit Disorder [offsite link]
CHADD serves as a national clearinghouse for information, support, and advocacy for ADD individuals.
DSM IV Criteria for Diagnosis of ADHD [offsite link]
This link shows information from the CDC. Under the ADHD subject, it shows the official (DSM-IV) diagnostic criteria for the diagnosis of ADHD or ADD.
Informational Sites for Attention Deficit Disorder
Where do you get your information about Attention Deficit Disorder? A lot of information on the internet can be unreliable. Here is an annotated list of some of my favorite informational websites about ADD. They provide authoritative information that you can count on to be accurate.
National Resource Center on ADHD [offsite link]
This is a comprehensive resource on ADD/ADHD. Facts about AD/HD, diagnosis and treatment, dealing with systems, educational issues, and living with AD/HD are all topics that are thoroughly explored.
NIMH Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [offsite link]
This is a well-organized resource on ADD/ADHD. Facts about AD/HD, diagnosis and treatment, medications, childhood AD/HD, educational issues, and adult AD/HD are all topics that are thoroughly discussed.
The Joshua Center [offsite link]
The Joshua Center was founded to improve the lives of individuals and families who are affected by Tourette Syndrome. Since that time, they have branched out offer expertise in other neurological differences, including ADD/ADHD.
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