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Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder
  • ADDHelpline (new window)
  • ADDHelpline, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing online resources and support to parents and educators dealing with ADD/ADHD. http://www.addhelpline.org/
  • ADHD Online Community (new window)
  • This website provides information and resources on ADHD in adults, and links to "Parents and ADHD", "Teens and ADHD". http://www.adhd.com/AdultADHD/adult_index.html
  • Attention Deficit Disorder - About (new window)
  • This website is written about, for and by people who have ADD. It provides information on treatment, relationships, workplace issues, medications, and tips, etc. It provides links to sites and resources for college students and faculty, adults with ADD, spouses, family and friends, parents, teens, and teachers. http://add.about.com/
  • Counseling Department of The California State University Stanislaus (new window)
  • The Counseling Department of the California State University Stanislaus provides information on ADHD, points to remember when working with a person with disabilities, study skills and test taking strategies, and suggestions for improving attention and concentration. http://www.csustan.edu/Counseling/sitemap.html
  • e Happy, Healthy Lifestyle Magazine for People with ADD (new window)
  • "The Happy, Healthy Lifestyle Magazine for People with ADD." Each issue is full of information and ideas about life with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The website provides information on medication, answers FAQs, provides help for parents and adults who have ADD, and offers advice from experts. http://www.additudemag.com/
  • LDonline (new window)
  • This website assembled a comprehensive list of resources dealing with ADD/ADHD: general information, parental issues, information for college students, books, audio and videotapes, and bulletin boards on parenting and teaching children with ADHD. http://www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/add_adhd/add-adhd.html
  • National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (new window)
  • The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) serves the needs of people with ADD/ADHD. This website provides information about ADHD, including career and work issues, ADD in the schools, family issues, legal issues, and coaching principles. http://www.add.org/

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