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Our mission is to help people with ADHD achieve their full potential through education, support and networking opportunities.

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ADDR’s PNW ADHD Meeting Schedule

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ADDR’s Pacific Northwest ADHD Inform & Support Group Meetings – Join us for any of ADDR’s engaging  meetings around the Pacific Northwest. Learn what ADHD information and support groups are about. (Scroll down for the general schedule) For more details including the speakers, topics, facilitators and locations, check updates: Meetup ADDR’s Directory  ADDR’s Events Page (You’re almost […]

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Why Attend An ADHD Meeting In Person?

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April 3rd
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by Meg McDonald, Executive Director, ADD Resources* – Groups Help you Make Connections – Find Your Peers –  If you think you have ADHD or are diagnosed with ADHD, just talking with like-minded others in person helps. Yes, there are really others who think just like you do. Others who’ve forgotten keys, anniversaries and bills. […]

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Dr. Amen’s Adult ADHD Checklist

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March 31st
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by Daniel G. Amen, MD –  One of the most common ways I diagnose ADHD in adults is when parents reluctantly tell me that they have tried their child’s medication and that they found it very helpful. They report it helped them concentrate for longer periods of time. They became more organized and were less impulsive. […]

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NIMH’s The Basics of ADHD

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by The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) – Coming from NIMH, a classic article with a clear, thorough description of the basics of ADHD. The article is on NIMH’s website as well. What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD, ADD)? Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders and can continue through […]

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The Worst Rankings in the Country

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March 30th
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by Meg McDonald, Executive Director, ADD Resources – For Five States A Black Mark in Mental Health Services –  With Washington ranking 48, the other states that had the greatest need for mental health services and the poorest access to these services were Louisiana (47), Nevada (49), Mississippi (50) and Arizona (51). The overall rankings for […]

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They Pulled Together to Success

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March 30th
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By Meg McDonald, Executive Directory, ADD Resources – As I read the news stories about Westhauser’s rescue, I immediately thought that many of those rescuers were members of my tribe, those with ADHD. We excel under what appears to be impossible circumstances. We come up with brilliant solutions to difficult problems quickly. And we work together […]

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