www.add.org – This is a national organization for AD/HD professionals, ADD coaches and other services.
www.paaccoaches.org – Professional Association of AD/HD Coaches
www.addwarehouse.com – Resource center for all of your ADD needs.
www.help4adhd.org – National Resource Center on AD/HD. This is a national clearinghouse developed by CHADD)
www.add.about.com – General ADD site
www.interdys.org – International Dyslexia Association – This is a great site to understand another area of learning differences.
www.ldanatl.org – This site helps families dealing with learning differences within the public school systems. This will give information as to what services are available.
www.allkindsofminds.org – This is a great resource for those of you who have kids with learning differences. Schools that incorporate or partner with “All Kinds of Minds” can look forward to success with their kids.
www.addstore.com – There are some fun and helpful items for anyone struggling with AD/HD here.
www.messies.com - This is an online blog/general information on how to organize. This could be helpful for the adult AD/HD depending on motivational level.
www.napo.net – National Association of Professional Organizers. This is a great site if you need an organizer today. Simply put your zip code in and find who is in your area.
More Cool Sites That Will Make A Difference
www.tricare.mil/cap/ – Computer Electronic Accommodations Program. This site could be helpful to individuals that are not getting the proper accommodations in the workplace.
www.amenclinics.com – The SPECT imaging can be helpful for the AD/HD individual. It is the possibility to see the organ that is being treated.
www.drthomasebrown.com – Good current research on AD/HD
www.habitchange.com - The MotiAider could be a good tool for those individuals that need to stay on task or may be trying to change a behavior.
www.ncgiadd.org - General resources for women and girls with AD/HD
www.womensmentalhealth.org - General information site on women’s health including AD/HD
www.addchoices.com – This site would be helpful if you have a daughter with AD/HD.
www.drhallowell.com – Dr. Hallowell’s website
www.CoachFederation.org – Coaching and be a good tool for the adult AD/HD individual. It will be possible to find a credible coach at this site.
www.addca.com – This site gives ADD coaching information.
Certified Academic Language Therapists
www.altaread.org This is a national site to find qualified individuals to help with remediation for the learning different individuals. (The name, Academic Language Therapy Association, represents and identifies the profession and the professionals who are its members. “Academic Language” denotes that services offered to clients are educational and emphasize reading, spelling, handwriting, and written expression. “Therapy” indicates that those services are intensive and therapeutic rather than tutorial. At the present time there are over 800 ALTA members in 34 states and England. Many members hold advanced degrees and may also be credentialed as teachers, diagnosticians, speech-language pathologists, or professionals in related fields.
It is the intent of the Academic Language Therapy Association that Certified Academic Language Therapists be universally recognized as highly qualified specialists who have met uniform standards of professional post-baccalaureate education, and that the credentials conferred by ALTA will assure the public and other professionals of the competence, integrity, and professionalism of Certified Academic Language Therapists.)