Links

Understood.org

This website was developed with the input from parents whose children had learning challenges. This is a wonderful resource for parents and professionals and talks about many different aspects of learning disabilities and ADHD.

Note: This is an American site. The site is also available in Spanish.

ADHD Kids Rock!

This website was created by a 15 year old youth with ADHD, living in Langley, BC who wanted to provide a resource for other youth who have ADHD. This website has a youth forum and blog and is geared directly to youth with ADHD.

Bookshare Canada

Bookshare Canada, the world’s largest online library for individuals with print disabilities, offers a wide range of books including bestsellers, novels, children’s books, mysteries, science fiction, nonfiction, foreign-language books, and more, direct from publishers. Bookshare is free if you qualify as a Canadian with a print disability. This can be of benefit if you have a diagnosed learning disability along with your ADHD.

To find out if you qualify and how to register visit their website.

ADHD Awareness Danmark (Danish)

ADHD Awareness Danmark arbejder for at fremme viden, forståelse og accept af børn, unge og voksne med ADHD og deres familier samt bidrage til et mere nuanceret billede af ADHD.

ADHD Awareness Denmark works to promote knowledge, understanding and acceptance of children, adolescents and adults with ADHD and their families and contribute to a more balanced view of ADHD.

Attention Magazine

Attention Magazine – Published by CHADD

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) provides an excellent magazine exclusively related to attention difficulties.

You must be a member of CHADD to gain access to the digital version of the magazine.

Annick Vincent, M.D. - Information on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (French)

Dr. Vincent provides excellent information for children and adults with ADHD. This is a Canadian website that provides information on ADHD for both parents and professionals. Some of the topics covered include strategies, sleep, appetite, and medication. This website also provides information in both French and English.

Click here for French version of this website.

CADDRA (French)

Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA). This website is primarily for physicians, but there is content for parents and children under the “public info” type.

This site is available in both French and English.

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