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ADHD Diagnosis

ADHD General

  • Delivered from Distraction (book) and Driven to Distraction (book), both published by Dr. Ned Hallowell and Dr. John Ratey

  • Assertiveness and ADD – Too Much or Too Little?

  • The Positive Aspects of ADHD

  • Emotional Intelligence:  The Missing Link?

  • Tips for When Your Whole Family Has ADD but You Don’t (newsletter article)

  • www.additudemag.com - A very complete site sponsored by ADDitude magazine, a national monthly magazine for the ADD community.

  • www.borntoexplore.org - A site that emphasizes the positive aspects of ADD.

  • A Guiding Philosophy for Parents of Children with ADHD – Introduction to a book entitled Taking Charge of ADHD - The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents available on the web. 

  • Healthtalk.com - a free medical review resource with special section on ADHD. Of particular interest are their free downloadable webcasts and webcast transcripts.
  • Dr. Hallowell's Tips on ADHD Management for Adults podcast series features helpful insights into the challenges associated with ADHD in adults from experts, advocates and adults with the condition as well as tips for The Holidays and ADHD - A Survival Guide. Episodes are moderated by representatives from the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), and feature commentary, personal experiences and helpful ADHD management tips from Dr. Hallowell and others.
  • A Recommendation from Dr. Hallowell:  I discovered the work of Kathy Kolbe two years ago. Her ideas about a person's instinctual way of solving problems and approaching life are truly groundbreaking. I urge everyone to take her simple self-assessment test and find what your child's "conative" profile is. You'll be amazed at how useful this can be. And once you discover your child's profile, take the adult test and find out your own. And your spouse's. And, it would be really helpful if your teacher would take the test, too. You can read more about the Kolbe methods below and in my new book, Superparenting for ADD

    KOLBE Y INDEX: Discover and nurture your child's instinctive strengths with the Kolbe Y™ Index. Developed by noted educator and theorist Kathy Kolbe, the Kolbe Y Index provides a powerful validation of a child's individual, innate talents. Watch self-confidence soar, conflict subside, school performance improve as your child learns the power of solving problems in unique and creative ways. Have your child take the Kolbe Y™ Index today!

    Note: we will get credit for every test taken referred by our site

ADHD and Marriage

ADHD Moms

  • ADHD Moms Community link – To learn more about Facebook and hear directly from other moms about their personal experiences coping with and managing their children's ADHD, visit the new "ADHD Moms" online community.

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ADHD Organizations and Resource Sites - U.S.

  • Hallowell Center in New York
  • www.chadd.org - The website for Children and Adults with ADD. Another national non-profit with a useful site.
  • www.add.org - The website for the National Attention Deficit Disorder Association, a non-profit organization that focuses on the needs of adults and young adults with ADD and ADHD. They sponsor an annual national conference on AD/HD.
  • www.add.about.com - A very complete site with a chart area, lots of ADD information and links to other sites. Keeps up-to-date with the latest news in the ADD world. Sends out a email newsletter.
  • www.addresources.org - Provides over 100 articles written by national ADHD authorities and adults with ADD, 100 links to ADHD related websites, a free monthly eNews letter and a national ADHD directory.
  • www.adhdnews.com - A very, popular active site with lots of information that is continually updated. Much of it is geared towards the needs of children with ADD/ADHD, but there is much here useful to adults. Sends out an email newsletter.
  • pages.suddenlink.net/drshankweb/ - Hi! I’m Dr. Marilyn Shank. I’ve taught general and special education at the elementary, high school, and university levels. This site is the place for you if you share any of my interests in the following topics: Universal Design for Learning, Positive Behavior Support, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (A.D.D. and A.D.H.D.), Learning Disabilities, The Therapeutic Role of Animals, Single Parent of a Child with a Disability, Writing for Children and Teens, West Virginia.

ADHD Organizations – Outside the U.S.

  • www.adders.org - A site to learn about our friends in England. It has information on homeopathic and other alternative treatments of ADD.

ADHD – Women and Girls

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Anxiety / Depression

Brain – How it Works

Careers / Work

Coaching / Support Groups

  • ADD Coaching Q&A
  • Canadian ADHD Support Group Links
  • International ADHD Support Group Links
  • www.addconsults.com - Provides private, personal ADD consultations, both nationally and internationally, via e-mail. Consultation is provided by Terry Matlen, MSW ACSW, a psychotherapist, coach and consultant who specializes in attention deficit disorders in adults and young adults. This site also has a comprehensive listing of ADD professionals, products and services; updated research information, and articles written by experts in ADHD.
  • ADD in 2005 Graduates - Another source for ADHD coaches is the graduate list of a 22-week course that Drs. Hallowell and Ratey taught. 
  • The Manhattan Adult ADD Support Group - We Offer Offer Support & Information To Adults In New York City And The Surrounding Communities With ADD/ADHD.
  • Kerin Bellak-Adams a certified ADHD-ICF coach, is a highly respected ADHD coach, speaker, and author. She specializes in practical, concise strategies for parents, teachers, and businesses in time management and boosting self-esteem. Kerin's website ReachBeyondADD.com offers a new time-management formula, articles on ADHD, suggested reading lists, and much more. Her upcoming book is AD/HD Success: Solutions to Boosting Self-Esteem The Diary Method (Ages 7-17).

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Communication Skills

Complementary/Alternative Treatments

Education /Schooling

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Educational Therapists

  • Educational Therapists of New England (ETNE) - is comprised of four educational therapists who are experienced in working with children, adolescents, and adults with suspected or diagnosed learning disabilities, attentional disorders, and comorbid (co-existing) conditions, all of which contribute to difficulties in school, the workplace, and in relationships.
  • www.roundaboutfarm.com
    137 Henry Road, North Yarmouth, ME 04097
    Mara Miles – Program Director  (207) 829 6377
    Day treatment programs in a working farm environment with related activities modified to meet the needs of children with moderate to severe learning disabilities, behavioral and psychiatric problems, and/or some physical disabilities.

Exercise and Health

Hallowell Connections Newsletters

Newsletter archive beginning 2006
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Learning Disabilities – not ADHD

  • www.allkindsofminds.com - A wealth of information about learning disabilities, including resources for professional development, discussion groups and information about Dr. Levine’s All Kinds of Minds Insitute.
  • What is the Difference Between Asperger’s Disorder and ADD?
  • www.roundaboutfarm.com
    137 Henry Road, North Yarmouth, ME 04097
    Mara Miles – Program Director  (207) 829 6377
    Day treatment programs in a working farm environment with related activities modified to meet the needs of children with moderate to severe learning disabilities, behavioral and psychiatric problems, and/or some physical disabilities.

Medications

Nutrition

Parenting

Summer Experiences and Weekends

Teens and Children

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