Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS)

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

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 – The National Resource on ADHD

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

ADDvance

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

CADDAC – Centre for ADHD Awareness, Canada

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

CADDRA – Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance

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

TotallyADD

This Canadian website provides entertaining and credible information on ADHD with a focus on adults with ADHD. TotallyADD provides practical information with a healthy dose of humour. For teachers, the information provided on this site can be very useful in understanding the lifelong challenges faced by their students with ADHD - and the hope for … Continue reading TotallyADD

Teach ADHD

This excellent Canadian website has many relevant resources for teachers. The TeachADHD project began at the Brain and Behaviour Research program at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and has evolved through the hospital's Community Health Systems Resource Group's "Teach for Success" initiative. Visit the Teach ADHD website now.

National Institute of Mental Health: ADHD (Spanish)

This webpage provides excellent information for parents who may wonder if their child has ADHD or if their child has recently received a diagnosis of ADHD. Information is provided about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for ADHD as well as conditions that coexist with the disorder. Suggestions for how to work with your child’s school … Continue reading National Institute of Mental Health: ADHD (Spanish)