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March 1999 - Volume 2 - Issue 3

ADD Resources And Support

Attention deficit disorder is America's number one childhood psychiatric disorder. There are many support groups and organizations providing up-to-date information on current research, support and parent resources. If you have more questions or concerns regarding children in your care that may have or are diagnosed as ADD, please contact your treatment coordinator or the child's therapist.

The following are a list of internet links for you to search for information. I have also included miscellaneous book titles that you may find worth while to check out from your local library. For a more complete list, contact Presidio's main office or visit our website link page. Presidio does not specifically endorse any of the web sites or books listed.

ADD/ADHD Web Sites:

We have listed a number of helpful links on our links page. Check them out! - Children and Adults with ADD: accurate, current information on medical, scientific, educational and advocacy issues. - Many links to articles and other web sites related to ADD/ADHD. - Is a resource for the understanding of developmental disorders such as ADD/ADHD and LD.


For more information or to purchase these books, click on each link.  If your looking for additional books on ADD/ADHD, visit Presidio Books and select from our books or use the search box provided by

For Children & Teens:

Shelly the Hyperactive Turtle, by Deborah Moss (for young children)

Jumpin' Johnny, Get Back to Work! A Child's Guide to ADHD/ Hyperactivity, by Michael Gordon, Ph.D. (for ages 7-12)

Putting on the Brakes: Young People's Guide to Understanding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, by Patricia O. Quinn and Judith Stern. (For ages 8-12)

For Parents and Care Providers:

The ADHD Parenting Handbook: Practical Advice for Parents from Parents, by Colleen Alexander-Roberts

ADHD: A Path to Success: A revolutionary Theory and New Innovation in Drug Free Therapy, by Lawrence R. Weathers, Kelsey Loughlin (Illustrator)

I Can't Sit Still-Educating and Affirming Inattentive and Hyperactive Children: Suggestions for Parents, Teachers, and Other Care Providers for Children to Age 10., by D. Johnson

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