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Books About ADD

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Driven to Distraction. Hallowell, E. M., and J. J. Ratey. New York: Pantheon Books, 1994.

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Answers to Distraction. Hallowell, E. M., and J. J. Ratey. New York: Pantheon Books, 1994.

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You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid Or Crazy?!: A Self-Help Book For Adults With Attention Deficit Disorder. Kelly, Kate M., and Peggy Ramundo. Cincinnati: Tyrell & Jerem Press, 1993.

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ADD in the Workplace: Choices, Changes and Challenges. Kathleen G. Nadeau, Ph.D. Brunner/Mazel, 1997.

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Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults: Practical Help and Understanding. Weiss, Lynn. Dallas, Texas: Taylor Publishing Company, 1997.

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A.D.D. On the Job: Making Your A.D.D. Work for You. Weiss, Lynn. Dallas, Texas: Taylor Publishing Company, 1996.

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The Attention Deficit Disorder In Adults Workbook. Weiss, Lynn. Dallas, Texas: Taylor Publishing Company, 1994.

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Out of the Fog: Treatment Options And Coping Strategies For Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. Murphy, Kevin R. and Suzanne LeVert. New York: Hyperion, 1995.

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ADD Success Stories: A Guide to Fulfillment for Families with Attention Deficit Disorder. Hartmann, Thom. Grass Valley, CA: Underwood Books, 1995.
Bullet The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association [ADDA]

ADDA is a nonprofit organization serving the needs of adults and children with ADD/ADHD, as well as those who interact with them. The ADDA website offers information for families, teachers, professionals, coaches, adults, and children. You'll find information on women and ADD, school, the workplace, family, treatment, support groups, books, current research, and more. The site also offers a collection of personal stories, poems, and artwork by people with ADD.

Bullet Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder [CH.A.D.D.]

A national organization which provides support, information and advocacy for people with ADD/ADHD, their loved ones, educators, and professionals. CH.A.D.D.'s Mission Statement: "CH.A.D.D. works to improve the lives of people with ADD."

Bullet Greater Rochester Attention Deficit Association [GRADDA]

GRADDA is a non-profit organization formed to meet the needs of individuals with ADD by providing information and support for individuals with ADD, their families, educators, professionals, and the community. You'll find humorous anecdotes and stories about ADD, a schedule of community events for Rochester, NY, a bookstore, their newsletter, a listing of extensive resources available to members through their library, and links to other helpful sites.

Bullet Famous people with ADD or learning disorders--From One A.D.D Place
Bullet Americans With Disabilities Act
Bullet "The Hidden Gifts of ADD"
A summary of a talk by Ned Hallowell, M.D. of Harvard Medical School, to a local chapter of CH.A.D.D. (Children and Adults with ADD) in February 1993.
Bullet alt.support.attn-deficit FAQ
FAQ for the alt.support.attn-deficit newsgroup.
Bullet ADD-Spouse Mailing List
A mailing list providing support for spouses/partners of individuals with ADD/ADHD.


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