Resources for ADD and ADHD

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September is National ADD and ADHD Month. In honor of that fact, I thought I’d post some reliable resources in case you, a loved one or a co-worker might be in need. So as not to overwhelm you, I will only list the top three national resources. From these websites, you will be able to find additional resources for your specific needs.

Attention Deficit Disorder Association:

ADDitude Magazine:

CHADD – Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder:

One other resource I’d like to make you aware of is psychologist Dr. Ari Tuckman. I attended a workshop he presented in Baltimore. I found him to be genuinely empathetic, understanding, and easy to understand. He has books and free podcasts available at his website:

If you’ve found a resource which has helped you or someone you know, feel free to post in the Comments section.

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