Our aim is to provide our site visitors with the best information
available on ADHD. Here in our Resource Section you'll
find a wide variety of information sources including:
The Center for Girls and Women with ADHD
Improved knowledge and a better understanding of girls and
women with ADHD have the potential to improve many lives
and relieve countless women of the shame with which they have
grown up. To date, the medical community, as well as the general
population, remains ignorant of the unique impact of ADHD
on females. Current diagnostic criteria that continue to emphasize
traits common to boys leave the majority of girls and women
with ADHD to remain undiagnosed and misunderstood. To
address this problem, the Center for Girls and Women with ADHD was founded in 1997.
Through Center sponsored seminars, newsletters, press releases,
publications, monographs, and its website, parents, professionals,
and educators will be able to obtain the most current information
on diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in females across
the lifespan. In addition, the struggles of women and girls
with ADHD will be highlighted through the production
by the Center of various programming and videos that will
be made available to organizations and for public broadcast.
Other Places to Visit for Information
General ADHD Links
ADHD: A Shared Focus This website provides information on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and has a host of materials for parents, teens, and health care providers. New information and updates
will be posted regularly on this site so we encourage you to bookmark
this site and come back often.
About.com: Lots of information and articles about
Research Update: Get updated on the latest ADD (ADHD)
research and information.
Foundation ADHD Coaches for high school and college
National Resource Center on ADHD: A Program of CHADD
has been established with funding from the U.S. Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to be a national
clearinghouse of information and resources concerning
this important public health concern. This Website will
answer many of your questions about ADHD and will
direct you to other reliable sources online.
ADHD Advocacy/Information Organizations
- ADDA: Attention
Deficit Disorder Association, based in the US.
Southern Region: The branch of ADDA serving the southern
region of the US.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder, based
in the US
UK based ADD organization.
Parents and Kids with ADD
the Box: Resources and information about ADHD and special
Twice-Exceptional Newsletter is a bi-monthly publication
that focuses on children who are exceptional in two ways
- they are gifted and they have learning difficulties that
may include learning disabilities, learning disorders, attention
difficulties, and other learning differences. 2e Newsletter
is the only publication aimed directly at the community
of parents, educators, advocates, and other professionals
who help twice-exceptional children reach their potential.
Learning Disbilities Organizations
Links for Women
Site for women.
Another site for women.
Solden's Website: Personal website of one of the leading
experts on women with ADD (ADHD)
Admirable Woman:Enter "ADHD" into their search
function - you'll find extensive listings of other ADHD-related
sites on the web - but buyer beware - some listed sites
offer ADHD info that is not supported by research while
others offer accurate, scientifically valid information.
Living with ADD.com: A private website offering articles,
personal stories, books, audiotapes, gadgets, and organizing
- ADD and Fibromylagia Link:
Website created by a woman diagnosed with ADD and fibromyalgia
- she offers a few articles and links to other website.
Mental Health Links
Transformations: A self-help and recovery site.
Mental Health: Sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital
in Boston, this is an excellent, wide-ranging information
source on all aspects of women's mental health.
- AddictionResource.com: Raises awareness about the consequences of addiction and helps communities become drug-free.
ADHD National Organizations
- the nation's leading non-profit organization. Serving the needs of individuals with ADHD, CHADD
provides research-based, evidence-based information about
ADHD to parents, educators, professionals, the media and
the general public.
ADDA's mission is to help people with ADHD lead happier,
more successful lives through education, research, and public
advocacy. ADDA is especially focused on the needs of ADHD
adults and young adults with ADHD. Parents of children with
ADHD are also welcome!