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A.D.D. Resources

HEALTHLINE - ADHD Learning Center In-depth information on symptoms, causes, and treatments.

ADAPT- Accommodations Help Students with Attention Deficit Disorders - This site provides examples of accommodations which teachers can use to adapt to the needs of students with ADD. These accommodations are grouped according to areas of difficulty.

ADD Activities and Strategies, Teacher Talk - Activities and strategies that help teacher and students maximize the benefits of having an ADD/ADHD student in the classroom. Help all the students get the most out of class, especially the ADD/ADHD students.

ADD and The Mining Company - This site provides information on ADD from the Mining Company, largest network of special-interest Web sites.

Attention Deficit Disorder - This site contains excellent web sites, organizations, general informations and chat lines dealing with ADD.

Attention Deficit Disorder Solutions - This is a site for teachers and parents of ADD/ADHD kids. It lists materials for learning more about ADD/ADHD.

AD HD Taking Control Through Knowledge - Provides Social Security information, support groups, books on ADD/ADHD, alternative treatments, discussion groups, and more!

CHADD: Children and Adults with ADD - CH.A.D.D.'s mission is to make a difference in the lives of people living with Attention Deficit Disorder. This organization provides support and information on ADD.

How To Deal With An ADHD Student - Tips on a wide variety of areas and age levels for teaching students with ADHD.

One ADD Place - A "virtual neighborhood" consolidating in ONE PLACE information and resources relating to Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.), AD/HD and Learning Disorders (LD)

Landmark College -The only fully accredited college in the country designed exclusively for students with dyslexia, attention-deficit disorder, or specific learning disabilities.

The National Attention Deficit Disorder Association - This is a non-profit organization, that helps people with ADD lead happier, more successful lives through education, research, and public advocacy.

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