Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments
Attempting to open doors for people with hidden voices.


ADHD Pages


logo 4 ADHD menu page, drawing by Chris Hayes


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder


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Introduction to the ADHD Pages.

This site isn't just about AD/HD! ADHD is a medical label given to a person displaying a batch of symptoms that may well overlap with other medical conditions like; Aspergers Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, OCD and similar neurological differences. You may well get diagnosed with one of these conditions with one consultant only to find you get diagnosed with a different label by different consultant. While we are left wondering which condition we really have or do we have more than one?

This site has used the term "hidden impairments" to look at issues regardless to whether your diagnosed with AD/HD or something else. This site is not just looking at all the difficulties caused by having a medical condition! It's also trying to promote skills and talents we have too! Chris has ADHD and AS and from very early childhood he established brilliant drawing skills. Throughout this site you will see many drawings by Chris, you can also go direct to his "Cartoon Page" on this site. Hopefully this site will be highlighting more and more great skills people have with hidden impairments.

With ADHD there is much debate going on around access to medical support and whether drugs are right or not to use! However not so much attention is given to weather people with AD/HD are able to experience participating with society on equal terms. So this site is keen to look at equal opportunities (discrimination) issues that people with ADHD and similar neurological conditions may experience.

This site is; Attempting to open doors for people with hidden voices.

Andy Hayes
3rd January 2003


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ADHD related pages on this site.



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Support Groups


This site provides information about support groups generally centred around ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome and similar neurological conditions. Some support groups may support other impairments or all disabled people.

The current groups listed are for England UK. However soon Scotland and Wales will be included. This site may consider listing international groups at some time in the future.



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Poems and Personal Stories

by people with ADHD



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A classic ADHD book.

Understanding A.D.H.D. by;
Dr. Christopher Green and Dr. Kit Chee

Is a great classic book for learning about AD/HD. The book covers the basics along with looking at many issues around AD/HD in more depth. This book has been written in a very easy to understand format able to give you lots of knowledge and ideas for moving forward with.


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4 Interesting ADHD Pages on Other Web Sites.


Understanding Girls with AD/HD
This is an interesting page that perhaps sheds some light on why girls don't get their AD/HD symptoms recognised by society. This page is on the; SchwabLearning.org web site. A Parent’s Guide to Helping Kids with Learning Differences.


Anj's Asperger's Syndrome & ADHD Site (UK)

An interesting page on this site is;
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Some good basic info like what is AD/HD this page is on the:


Known of an interesting web page for ADHD? Then why not tell "hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments", so it can be considered for listing here. This is not for listing web sites there is a separates AD/HD Links page for that. This is really for odd pages that have valuable information on an ADHD issue. E-mail information available on Contact_Info page


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