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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.
Attention Deficit Disorder Association Benefits
When I spend money it has to count for something. My membership in the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is a bargain! What benefits does the ADDA have for members? How do they improve the lives of adults living with Attention Deficit Disorder?
BellaOnline ADD Site Tour
Have you had questions about the BellaOnline ADD site? Come and take a brief tour of the site. Find the answers to your questions in this article! Are you still puzzled? Visit the Attention Deficit Disorder Forum!
Building School Success with ADD Gift Download
I appreciate the BellaOnline readers. As my holiday gift to you, your family, and friends, enjoy a free download of my book. Building School Success with ADD will be free until January 1, 2013. If you miss the free gift download, it is available for purchase.
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.
Free E-Book About ADD and School Success
Help a child with Attention Deficit Disorder enjoy more school success and fewer letdowns! Download my book, Building School Success with ADD free through January of 2017! It's the real deal. As an experienced teacher who has lived with ADD all of my life, I know what works in a classroom.
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.
Invisible Disabilities Association Review
Since there is no visible mark when you have Attention Deficit Disorder, often folks do not understand how debilitating the negative symptoms of ADD can be. However, the people who run the website Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) comprehend the pain that can be a part of ADD/ADHD.
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.
Nutrition and Attention Deficit Disorder
One way to live better with Attention Deficit Disorder and to limit the negative symptoms of ADD is to practice better nutrition.
Short Videos by Experts Explaining ADD
A picture is worth a thousand words, and a video made by an articulate expert is worth its weight in gold. Do you ever get tired of talking to people who do not understand or believe in the challenges that come with Attention Deficit Disorder? These expert videos might help them to understand.
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.
Your Character Strengths and ADD
As person with ADD, you are aware of many of your strengths. Would you be interested in more information about those strengths? One tool that you can use is the VIA Inventory of Strengths. It can be taken for no cost online. Use the info about your strengths to solve problems and improve your life!
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