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
Attention Magazine is published by Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD). 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. Read more about Attention Magazine here.
AAFS Provides Respite Care in a Recreational Environment for children, youth and adults on the Autism Spectrum; including but not limited to Autism, Asperger's, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Non Verbal Learning Disorder. Visit The Autism Asperger's Friendship Society of Calgary website now.
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 … Continue reading Bookshare Canada
The ADHD Kids Rock! 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. Visit the ADHD Kids Rock website now.
Easy Daysies are magnetic visual schedules that you can customize to suit any routine for your child. Many children, especially those with ADHD, benefit from using visual schedules because they give them a sense of control over their day by decreasing anxiety about what is coming next Visual schedules can be used at home (e.g., … Continue reading Easy Daysies