The ADHD Genetic Research Study at NIH

On Other Sites: Genetic Analysis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Enroll in the ADHD clinical study at clinicaltrials.gov

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The ADHD Genetic Research Study at the National Institutes of Health and The National Human Genome Research Institute

Online ADHD Resources

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A.D.D. Warehouse
addwarehouse.com
The ADD Warehouse is the leading resource for the understanding and treatment of all developmental disorders. Here you will find a wealth of infomation relating to ADD, including conference information, articles, and books.

ADD Resource
www.addresource.com
The Web's largest search engine and directory dedicated exclusively to Attention Deficit Disorders and Learning Disabilities. With its new ProFinder?directory, the site brings together the expertise of Internet specialists and hundreds of ADD, ADHD and LD professionals worldwide, to help you find relevant information on the Web quickly and easily.

ADD Resources
w3.addresources.org
New national non-profit organization for people with ADD. Includes articles by national ADHD authorities. Hosts the National ADHD Directory for service providers.

ADHD News
www.adhdnews.com
Filled with valuable informtion from respected professionals in the field of ADHD and Special Education, along with advice from parents and other readers. Registered with the Library of Congress.

ADDvance
www.addvance.com
The ADDvance Web site, first created in 1996, is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Created by Patricia Quinn, M.D. and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D., leaders in the field of ADHD. The ADDvance Web site provides information and support to women and girls.

CHADD
www.chadd.org
CHADD is the national non-profit organization representing children and adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Founded in 1987 by a group of concerned parents, CHADD works to improve the lives of people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder through education, advocacy and support. Working closely with leaders in the field of ADHD research, diagnosis and treatment, CHADD offers its members and the public information they can trust.

ADDA
www.add.org
ADDA's mission is to help people with ADD lead happier, more successful lives through education, research and public advocacy. ADDA is especially focused on the needs of ADDults and young adults with ADD. Parents of children with ADD are also welcome!

ADHD.net
www.adhd.net
An on-line resource for downloading a number of forms and scales pertaining to ADHD.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America
www.ldanatl.org
LDAA is a national, non-profit organization. Our purpose is to advance the education and general welfare of children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual, or coordinative nature.

The National Mental Health Association
www.nmha.org
NMHA is the country's oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness. With more than 340 affiliates nationwide, NMHA works to improve the mental health of all Americans, especially the 54 million individuals with mental disorders, through advocacy, education, research and service.

American Academy of Pediatrics
www.aap.org
AAP is committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

FamilyEducation.com
www.familyeducation.com/article/0,1120,1-2425,00.html
The Internet's most-visited site for parents who are involved, committed and responsive to their families' needs. Parents find practical guidance, grade-specific information about their children's school experience, strategies to get involved with their children's learning, free e-mail newsletters, and fun and entertaining family activities. FamilyEducation brings together leading organizations from both the public and private sectors to help parents, teachers, schools and community organizations use online tools and other media resources to positively affect children's education and overall development.

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Last Reviewed: November 15, 2012