Suggested Reading & Resources

RECOMMENDED WEBSITES

Adults with AD/HD: Steps for Beginners

AD/HD is a lifelong disorder. Sure, the symptoms can change with age, but for many people the disorder can continue to create great difficulty when it's not treated. Many people with undiagnosed and untreated AD/HD encounter formidable obstacles at home, in relationships, and in the workplace.

Ask a Question about ADHD

f you don't find the answers you are looking for, call us at 1-800-233-4050 or click on Ask a question about ADHD, found on every page of this site. Your question will be directed to one of our knowledgeable Health Information Specialists for response.

Assoc of ADHD Coaches

Coaches who specialize in ADHD

Attention 2.0

CHADD's Online Magazine

CHADD Blogs

Helpful news and information from experts.

CHADD Online Communities

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DOCUMENTS & RESOURCES

999-Emotions and Motivation.pdf

Quarterly report form

This is Quarterly Report that you will submit with your financial statement. It was demonstrated at the Annual Conference and is availlable on line

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