ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
There are many ADHD websites on the web, but surf carefully! Some are selling bogus “miracle cures.” Others are focused on political agendas surrounding diagnosis and medication. The following will give you facts, support and links to other legitimate sources of information.
Children and Adults with ADD (CHADD)
Possibly the best comprehensive website on ADHD with fact sheets, connections to local groups, educational info and more.
National Resource Center on ADHD
This site is the clearinghouse for all the latest news on ADHD research.
The website of Patricia O.Quinn, MD and Kathleen Nadeau, PhD. You'll find lots of easy-to-digest information on ADHD, with an emphasis on girls and women.
Follow Penny Williams' great blog on being an ADHD parent.
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