ADD and ADHD: Help and Support

For ADD and ADHD help and support, visit the following organizations, groups, and sites.

ADD Forums ADD Forums  International online ADD/ADHD community.

ADD/ADHD Online Newsletter  Newsletter that focuses on the biological, environmental and nutritional factors of ADD and ADHD.

American Institute for Learning and Human Development  Founded by Thomas Armstrong, the Institute advocates for developmentally appropriate practices and rich learning environments in education and parenting by providing timely, practical, and cutting-edge information through its website, social media, conference presentations, professional development workshops, and training programs.

Attention Deficit Disorder in Europe  Links to European ADD/ADHD sites.

Born to Explore! The Other Side of ADD/ADHD  This site, written by an environmental scientist and mother, considers the many possible sources of ADD-like behaviors, including natural temperament traits, diet, and other factors.

CHADD Online – Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder  The nation’s largest ADD organization with local chapters. CHADD receives about $1 million a year, one-third of its annual revenue, from pharmaceutical company grants and pharmaceutical advertising.

Feingold Association of America  An organization of families and professionals dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary techniques for better behavior, learning and health.

Food Intolerance Network  Internet support community (forum, email groups, social network groups) of more than 9,000 families, mostly in Australia and New Zealand, that provides information and resources about the effects of food on behaviour, health and learning ability in both children and adults.

One ADD Place – The Attention Deficit Disorder Community (ADD & LD)  Virtual neighborhood with information and resources relating to ADD, ADHD and learning disorders (LD).

The WINS Foundation  Promotes biomedical and nutritional approaches that help children and adults suffering from moderate to severe learning disorders, including ADD, ADHD, PDD, and autism.

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