Attention Deficit Disorder and Related Links
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder.
A Vancouver BC based ADHD support group for parents of children
with ADD and adults with ADD
The Centre for ADD Advocacy Canada
CADDAC is a Toronto based Canadian national alliance of organizations
and individuals that educates people on ADHD and how to advocate
for themselves and those affected by ADHD. It also runs workshops,
advocates on behalf of all Canadians affected by ADHD and
provides ongoing advocacy training.
post on them here
Monthly meetup for adults with ADD. Meetings are held
in various cities around the world.
Terry Matlen's huge ADD Site. Online ADHD Clinic, ADD Forums,
Articles, Chat and etc. She also has a Large Online ADD Store for books, videos, sensory items,
organizers, software and more.
Site for Adults with ADD by New York City ADD Physicians Drs
Marc and Nick Schwartz
The largest online forum for ADDers with many categories. Keep in mind some ADDers have more social skills and impluse control than others online and anonymity makes it worse for a small few.
Great ADD site. Good articles, a directory
of ADD related service providers, and an annual ADD conference
in the Seattle area in October.
Attention Deficit Disorder Association
The largest Adult ADHD Organization in the US. Lots of great info here, conferences teleclasses articles, directories, etc.
Very comprehensive site on ADD, many subcategories and links
“The Happy, Healthy Lifestyle Magazine for People
Online Catalog of over 600 Books, Videos, and Training Programs
ADHD Counselling Services
Vancouver BC based counsellors for ADHD Adults
Adult Learning Development Association of BC
Has a variety of programs for adults with Learning Differences,
including employment services, support group and fee for service
assessments for people in the lower mainland of BC.
Kinds of Minds
Resource site on learning differences by
Author Dr. Mel Levine
The Centre for ADHD/ADD Advocacy, Canada (CADDAC) is a national not-for-profit organization providing leadership in education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals with ADHD across Canada.
The Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance. CADDRA is a national, independent, not-for-profit association. They're an alliance of professionals working in the area of ADHD who are dedicated to world class research, education, training and advocacy in the area of ADHD. They've got the great Canadian ADHD Practice guidelines everyone who treats who has ADHD should read.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. The US
site on Dsycalculia and other learning disabilities as well.
Dr. Ed Hallowell's Website
Website of the prolific, informative and entertaining author Dr. Ed Hallowell, who's written many great books on ADHD who has ADHD. A multi-disciplinary approach center with
a focus on Attention Deficit Disorder and its related issues.
About Time! Six Styles of Procrastination and How to Overcome
By Dr. Linda Sapadin with Jack Maguire. Review and comments
about the book.
From Dyscalculia.org. This is an informal checklist. When
you experience a symptom, it may point to the need for further
investigation by an expert in the appropriate field. The professional
to see if you have these symptoms appears in [brackets]* below
the category heading.
Disabilities Association of BC
Lots of great resources for people with learning differences
including referrals for tutors for people in the lower mainland
Chart to Treat ADHD
chart comparing different ADHD meds. Lists the drug, form
of the drug, dosing, common side effects, duration of effects,
pros of the drug and precautions.
Great overview site on many topics relating to psychology,
also have many ADHD links. "The oldest catalog of mental
health links online, since 1992." Here's
some of the sections: resource directory, list of disorders,
quizzes, ask, meds, blog, book reviews, live chats and support
forums. 26 million visitors tells you there's a lot of good
Great Schools Learning Disabilities Section
Overivew of information on Learning disabilities in children
The author of 8 books on ADD. Does not view ADD as mere
pathology. Very unique viewpoints. Has a very comprehensive
website including an online forum.
know you have ADD when...
"I'll do it during the
next commercial break," is your idea of sensible time
management. Much more on the site