ADHD Reading Materials
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We offer a wide range of material to help you and your family understand, stay informed and learn productive strategies for dealing with the many challenges that accompany ADHD.
ADHD Articles for Adults Read over 40 online articles on ADHD written by the national authorities as well as adults with ADHD. Many more are available for members in the Members Only Section.
ADHD Articles for Parents Read over 20 articles for parents of children with ADHD written by national ADHD authorities on diagnosis and treatment, behavior and academic issues. There are many more articles available in our Members Only Section.
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Podcasts and Webinars- We capture our free monthly presentations in our Audio Library. Members can access them at any time.
Bonus reading material for Members Only:
The ADHD Reader Our 3rd edition- A collection of short, well-written, easy-to-read articles by nationally prominent ADHD authorities and adults with ADHD; provides practical advice and insightful information. Updated 2011- In both PDF and on-line editions!
Two Ebooks written by Bob Seay, former aboutADD.com editor, a compassionate and helpful writer.- Living on the Edge of Distraction and The Collected Writings of Bob Seay.
ADDult ADDvice Newsletter From the Archives- Enjoy over 8 years of our 8-page quarterly newsletter with articles by some of the nation's most prominent ADHD practitioners. Augmented with personal stories and advice from many adults with ADHD, it is praised for it's content and quality of writing.
Current eNews from the past few years. Missed something? Catch up here.
ADHD Lending Library:Sorry, we no longer make library items available through the mail. In our Tacoma office, a wide array of books are available that can be helpful to you,no matter where you are on the journey from diagnosis to successfully living up to your potential. Save some money by borrowing books; of course you can buy the books you really want from our bookstore too!(Note: The Eastside Parents' group and Olympia Adults' group both continue to bring a small library to their monthly meetings.)