The World Wide Web has become a place loaded with information. I have compiled a list of sites on attention deficit disorder. Many are Canadian focused; check them out and sign up on their mailing lists to keep in the loop and check out their blogs. You can also join my Facebook page as I insert articles and information from these and other sites daily. You can find my page at www.facebook.com/coachmaddy
If you have found other sites on ADD/ADHD or relevant topics please feel free to share them as this list is not exhaustive but a basic starting point.
Created for adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD) and those affected by it (family, employers, health professionals, etc.), Totally ADD liberates people from the fear, shame, and stigma that can accompany this often misunderstood and misdiagnosed disorder. Through education, humour, and social interaction Totally ADD provides the tools and support people need to create a life they love.
The Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada (CADDAC), formerly Centre for ADD/ADHD Advocacy, Canada, is a national, not-for-profit organization providing leadership in education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals with ADHD across Canada. CADDAC’s mandate is to take a national leadership role in networking all organizations, professionals, patients, caregivers and other stakeholders involved in ADHD related issues, and to then support those people through education and advocacy.
The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is the world’s leading adult ADHD organization. Our mission is to provide information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) lead better lives. We are an international non-profit organization, founded twenty years ago by adult ADHD support group leaders to share information, resources and provide support for one another. In the 20 years since its inception, ADDA has grown to become the source for information and resources exclusively for and about the adult ADHD community.
Parents advocating for children with ADD/ADHD a French website.
Le Regroupement des associations de parents PANDA du Québec est la référence en matière d’aide aux associations PANDA et aux parents ayant un enfant atteint du trouble déficitaire de l’attention avec ou sans hyperactivité (TDAH). Le Regroupement travaille de concert avec les représentants des milieux scolaires, de la santé et des services sociaux.ainsi qu’avec les associations et les divers comités interpelés par cette problématique. Le Regroupement s’inscrit comme un acteur clé auprès des instances gouvernementales afin de bien représenter les intérêts des personnes atteintes par la problématique du TDAH.
Since 1963, we have provided leadership and support to people with learning disabilities (LD), their parents, teachers and other professionals. Working with our network of provincial/territorial and local partners, we provide cutting edge information on learning disabilities, practical solutions, and tools you can use.
We have Chapters in communities across Canada, where support meetings are held regularly. We also sponsor various workshops, presentations and conferences, distributing the latest breakthroughs and techniques in dealing with or managing ADHD.
The founders of this site, Patricia Quinn, M.D. and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., are both internationally recognized authorities on ADD (ADHD) and authors of many books for children, teens, and adults. Initially ADDvance.com focused only on the long-overlooked needs of women and girls with ADD (ADHD). Now this new and expanded site has been developed to address the varied needs of all people with ADD (ADHD) across the lifespan.
Since 1990, we have built the world’s largest collection of ADHD-related books, videos, training programs, games, professional texts and assessment products. Because of it’s tremendous depth, and the quality of the products we carry, our catalog is a recommended source of help in practically every book written on ADHD… and is provided to patients by hundreds of health professionals across the country.
I hope this list helps and I look forward to more of your suggestions.