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ADHD OVERVIEW
ADDITIONAL ADD/ADHD RESOURCES

Comprehensive ADHD Resources

You are not alone! There is a tremendous community to support and help you. A few places to look, depending on your needs:

The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, NYC, SF and Seattle.

Understood.org  check out this week’s free expert chats for recommendations on improving reading comprehension, talking to your child about ADHD and Dyslexia, homework strategies and more. Understood. org provides expert advice available for all parents of children with learning and attention issues – an incredible resource that is entirely free of cost.

CHADD Webinar: What Everyone Should Know About ADHD with Dr. Hallowell

DISTRACTION podcast – Learn more about managing ADHD and other forms of distraction, by listening to my weekly podcast series.

ADDA : The website for the Attention Deficit Disorder Association, this is aimed at the adult ADHD audience

CHADD : The website for the non-profit organization Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

ChildMind Institute – An independent nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children struggling with mental health and learning disorders.

Everyday Health Spotlight on Dr. Hallowell: Find out what inspired Dr. Hallowell’s work on ADHD and mental health and who are his personal health heroes.

Parenting Children with ADHD

Dr. Hallowell’s online training and workbook: Keys to Unlocking Your Child’s ADHD. Dr. Hallowell’s followers save using this link

Calm and Connected: Parenting Kids with ADHD, 7-Session Parent Coaching Workshop Series led by ADHD Parent Coach, Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M, ACAC.

Dr. Hallowell’s 20 Tips for Helping Kids with ADHD.

www.kidsinthehouse.com: The ultimate parenting resource. “Must see videos”

Relaxing Children Before Bed: Quiet Time Activities

ADHD Diagnosis

ADHD? AD/HD? ADD? … HUH?

What is the difference between Asperger’s Disorder (AS) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)?

Evaluation Protocol for AD/HD

Distinguishing Executive Function Issues from ADD

ADHD General

Delivered from Distraction (book) and Driven to Distraction (book), both published by Dr. Ned Hallowell and Dr. John Ratey

Assertiveness and ADD – Too Much or Too Little?

Emotional Intelligence: The Missing Link?

www.additudemag.com – A very complete site sponsored by ADDitude magazine, a national monthly magazine for the ADD community.

Support Groups / Coaching

Seeking therapists, coaches and groups specializing in ADHD? Please visit the ADHDMarriage.com/Resources page

Have your child take the Kolbe Y™ Index today!A Recommendation from Dr. Hallowell: Kathy Kolbe’s ideas about a person’s instinctual way of solving problems and approaching life are truly groundbreaking. I urge everyone to take her simple self-assessment test and find what your child’s “conative” profile is. You’ll be amazed at how useful this can be. And once you discover your child’s profile, take the adult test and find out your own. And your spouse’s. And, it would be really helpful if your teacher would take the test, too. You can read more about the Kolbe methods below and in my new book, Superparenting for ADD.

KOLBE Y INDEX: Discover and nurture your child’s instinctive strengths with the Kolbe Y™ Index. Developed by noted educator and theorist Kathy Kolbe, the Kolbe Y Index provides a powerful validation of a child’s individual, innate talents. Watch self-confidence soar, conflict subside, school performance improve as your child learns the power of solving problems in unique and creative ways. Have your child take the Kolbe Y™ Index today!

Note: we will get credit for every test taken referred by our site

ADHD and Marriage

Married to Distraction: Restoring Intimacy and Strengthening Your Marriage in an Age of Interruption

Thoughts on ADHD and Marriage

Education /Schooling

At BLUBERYL , we collaborate with families, educators, and clinicians to create personalized education solutions. Our strengths-based approach helps families transform school-related challenges into opportunities for success, connection, and self-discovery. Just as each student is unique, our collaborative solutions are tailor-made, ranging from a handful of fresh strategies to a comprehensive new approach. We look forward to connecting with you!

Have a College-Bound student? Check out BLUBERYL PROGRAMS FOR THE COLLEGE-BOUND.  Hallowell Center families receive a 10% discount.

College Alternative InventiveLabs runs a wonderful program for adults with Learning Differences (ADHD, Dyslexia, etc) teaching them entrepreneurial skills and helping them identify a career path. Some people attend InventiveLabs as a means to start their own business, some use it as a gap-year to figure out their major, and some use it as a chance to explore different career options. InventiveLabs’ use of design thinking philosophies is a perfect fit for the ADHD mind. Contact: info@inventivelabs.org  Watch Dr. Hallowell speak at the Lab

Eagle Hill Graduation Speech on Magnificent Minds – Given by Dr. Hallowell in 2008, this moving speech captures his philosophy of life and learning differences. Great reading for any parent or high schooler.

Stern Center for Language and Learning – (1-800-544-4863)

Your Child’s Strengths: Discover Them, Develop Them, Use Them (book) by Jenifer Fox, M.Ed. Dr. Hallowell says of this book: “If teachers and parents would all read this and implement its suggestions, our broken educational system would be fixed in no time.” Many practical applications for strengths-based approach to learning.

Teaching Students with ADD – resource page with articles, statistics, info on accommodations, educational guides.

Conquering College with ADD, by Lee Andrews a student at the Hillsborough Community College, describes the upsides and downsides of what an ADDer faces in higher education.

ADHD BOOKS

Dr. Hallowell’s Books

BUZZ: A Year of Paying Attention by Kathy Elison.  It is a first-person account of a year in the life of a mom raising a boy who has ADHD. Written by Pulitzer-Prize winning author, Katherine Ellison, this book is both extremely intelligent AND extremely engaging. You will laugh, cry, learn, and gain strength as you read this important new contribution to the literature of ADHD. ADHD aside, it is a memorable book on its own. I hope you will not only read the book, but help keep its visibility high by talking it up amongst your friends.

 

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