ADHD in Adults:

TotallyADD:  One of the best websites on Adult ADHD (I especially love their videos!!) Dozens of top experts, fascinating videos, lively Forums, a shop full of resources, and plenty of tools.

ADD Crusher™:  Great video tools for teens and adults!!  ADD Crusher™ videos and tools are alternative ADHD solutions recommended by ADHD coaches the world over to help teens and adults escape the overwhelm and live to their potential. Use coupon code ADVANTAGE15 to save 15% off any purchase at

How ADHD Affects Marriage: Blog and Forum - Melissa Orlov and Dr. Ned Hallowell have created a blog and forum dedicated to helping couples thrive when one or both of them has ADHD. Blog posts provide insight into how ADHD impacts your relationship, and what to do about it, while the forum area provides a way to ask questions, and read the stories of others who are experiencing the same kinds of problems. It is a rich and unique resource for adults trying to solve thorny marital issues. (very active online discussion site where people can post, read, and reply to questions about ADHD)

Attention Deficit Disorder Association (information, resources and networking opportunities for adults with ADHD and the professionals who serve them)

ADHD Basics: Resources for Families is a valuable information repository for parents of ADHD kids. Along with articles on ADHD symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and coping skills, there are videos on medical treatment, answers from a pharmacist, and information on Adult ADHD as well. You’ll also find helpful advice on related conditions.

ADDitude Magazine (articles and resources for adults and children with ADHD and learning disabilities)

ADD Resources (articles, links, national directory of service providers, teleclasses, podcasts, news, and more)

ADD Warehouse (books, videos, and other ADHD related merchandise)

CHADD – Children and Adults with ADD (education, support, and advocacy for children and adults with ADHD)

National Resource Center on ADHD (information about ADHD - check out their What We Know fact sheets)

Information on Disability / SSI and ADHD

The Disability and Social Security Resource Center offers information on applying for social security benefits when declaring ADHD a disability. The website presents the legal process for applying for ADHD and other disabilities at


Council For Exceptional Children (the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted)

Wrightslaw (information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities. Hint: enter 'ADHD' in the site's search feature)

Information on Learning Disorders

Learning Disorders Association of America (LDA)
National Center for Learning Disorders
International Dyslexia Association


I’m Lee Rozycki, an ADHD Coach. Please feel free to contact me to learn more about how I can help.

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