Welcome to the new ADDvance.com! Kathleen
Nadeau, Ph.D. and Patricia Quinn,
M.D. (both internationally recognized authorities on ADHD
and authors of numerous books on ADHD) have completely redesigned
this site to provide answers to questions about ADD (ADHD)
for families and individuals at every stage of life from preschool
through retirement years.
We hope that you visit this site often as it grows and develops.
We will feature articles written by Drs. Nadeau and Quinn
as well as invited articles by others - both individuals living
with the challenge of ADD (ADHD) and other professionals with
expertise in ADD (ADHD).
Come grow with us. Please let us know if you find valuable
ADD (ADHD) resources that should be included in this site.
And let us know of the kinds of information you are seeking
about ADD (ADHD). As we hear from you, this site will grow
in response to your needs.
Send your suggestions for
articles to us via our contact page.
The originial ADDvance.com site was created to address the
long-overlooked needs of women and girls with ADD (ADHD).
Drs. Nadeau and Quinn devoted over seven years of their lives
to addressing the needs of women and girls. Drs. Quinn and
Nadeau created, edited and published ADDvance Magazine, a
bi-monthly magazine for women with ADD (ADHD) that was in
publication for over four years.
They also wrote or edited three ground-breaking books focusing
on women and girls with ADD (ADHD):
Understanding Girls with ADHD,
Understanding Women with ADHD,
Gender Issues and ADHD.
Drs. Nadeau and Quinn have lectured widely, both in the
U.S. and abroad, on the topic of women and girls with ADD
Dr. Quinn spearheaded the creation of a nonprofit advocacy
organization for women and girls with ADD (ADHD) The
National Center for Gender Issues and ADHD. Drs. Quinn
and Nadeau are co-founders of NCGI and Dr. Quinn currently
serves as its executive director. Following their varied efforts
and undertakings in the past 8 years, Drs. Nadeau and Quinn
feel gratified by the growing recognition of ADD (ADHD) in
females - both in the general public and in the professional
community. Drs. Quinn and Nadeau will continue their important
work supporting the needs of girls and women with ADD (ADHD)
and will continue to provide information for women and girls
through the Women and Girls section of the new ADDvance.com
as well as through www.ncgiadd.org.
Dr. Nadeau, in addition to writing and lecturing, serves
as director of the Chesapeake
Center for Attention and Learning Disorders. She continues
an active clinical practice and provides training and supervision
to both staff members and students.