CADDRA’s Information for Children page provides answers to frequently asked questions such as: How do I tell my friends about ADHD?, and How did I get ADHD? Do I have to take pills? What about school? Visit the CADDRA website.
This website provides parents, teachers, children, and teens with information about health, behaviour and development. Information on a variety of topics related to ADHD is provided. Resources can be played in audio and are also available in Spanish. Here are some topics for children and teens to check out: What is hyperactivity? - When someone says a … Continue reading KidsHealth.org
¿Tiene su hijo problemas para prestar atención? ¿Él o ella habla sin parar o no puede quedarse quieto/a? ¿Le es difícil a su hijo controlar su comportamiento? Para algunos niños, estos pueden ser síntomas de trastorno de déficit de atención e hiperactividad o TDAH. Visit the National Institute of Mental Health: ADHD (Spanish)
Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS, pronounced "Alice") is the provincial gateway to help Albertans plan and achieve educational and career success. This website has resources for helping you to plan your career, thinking about your education, looking for work, being successful at work. If you are thinking about post-secondary or going into the workfoce, then … Continue reading Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS)
LD OnLine.org seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD. This is an American based site, however they have many helpful resources on learning disabilities and ADHD. They also have resources in Spanish. Visit the LD Online website now.
CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) is the United States' leading non-profit organization serving individuals with ADHD and their families. CHADD was founded in 1987 and produces the bi-monthly Attention magazine for members. The National Resource Center on ADHD (NRC) is the CDC-funded national clearinghouse for evidence-based information about ADHD. Visit the CHADD website … Continue reading CHADD – The National Resource on ADHD
This website was developed by Patricia Quinn, M.D. and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D. Both are internationally recognized authorities on ADHD and the authors of many books for children, teens, and adults. Initially ADDvance.com was focused only on the needs of women and girls with ADHD, and their new site has been developed to address the varied … Continue reading ADDvance
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a non-profit professional association in the United States whose mandate is facilitating psychiatric care for children and adolescents by providing information for families and professionals. Visit the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry site now.
The Centre for ADHD/ADD Advocacy, Canada (CADDAC) is a national, not-for-profit organization providing leadership in education and advocacy for ADHD organizations and individuals with ADHD across Canada. CADDAC organizes, builds and presents up-to-date scientifically based, educational programs; actively advocates to government and institutional decision makers for changes that will benefit those with ADHD, their families … Continue reading CADDAC – Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada
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 well organized website provides up to date information for physicians, educators, parents and individuals with ADHD. Information appropriate for different audiences is easy to find and is provided in different … Continue reading CADDRA – Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance