Here are some organizations and websites that provide information about ADHD. NAPAC does not endorse any of the following services. They are provided for your information only. Please let us know if you have additional resources to add to our lists.

Websites

LD OnLine

This is an exten­sive web­site on learn­ing dis­abil­i­ties, learn­ing dis­or­ders and dif­fer­ences. Parents and teach­ers of learn­ing dis­abled chil­dren will find author­i­ta­tive guid­ance on ADD/​ADHD, dyslexia, dys­graphia, dyscal­cu­lia, dys­no­mia, read­ing dif­fi­cul­ties, speech and related disorders.

Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities

A non-​​profit orga­ni­za­tion for par­ents of chil­dren and young adults with learn­ing dis­or­ders and ADHD. Their goal is to pro­vide use­ful, author­i­ta­tive infor­ma­tion from experts, prac­ti­cal advice and sup­port from par­ents, and inspi­ra­tion from suc­cess­ful adults liv­ing with LD and ADHD.

Understanding ADHD | Understood.com

CHADD

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-​​Deficit/​Hyperactivity Disorder) is the nation’s lead­ing non-​​profit orga­ni­za­tion serv­ing indi­vid­u­als with ADHD and their fam­i­lies. CHADD has over 16,000 mem­bers in 200 local chap­ters through­out the U.S. which offer sup­port for indi­vid­u­als, par­ents, teach­ers, pro­fes­sion­als, and others.

Special Education Resources on the Internet

Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education. This collection exists in order to make on-line Special Education resources more easily and readily available in one location.

Resources and Tools

Who Can Diagnose LD and/or ADHD | from LD Online

This table explains the role of some of the professionals who provide services. Recall that many of these professionals can suspect LD and/or ADHD but all are not licensed, or have the needed certifications, to diagnose the disorders. It is always important to ask the professional about his/her credentials. When you go to a person in a private practice, not in the school system, it is important to determine if the professional has the needed license to be in private practice and to make the diagnosis of LD and/or ADHD.

ADHD| from LD Online

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