There are so many ADHD web sites. It would not be realistic to list and maintain a list for such a large number of sites. Therefore the list of AD/HD sites below is presently limited to those sites that link to this site.
ADHD LILAC UK
Will Someone Recognise Me (conference)
ADHD Milton Keynes, Family
Support Site UK
"Support for families of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder"
On the Hi2u for people with hidden impairments web site.
Asperger's Syndrome & ADHD Site (UK)
A web site by mother who has a son with ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome. Like many parents this mum has researched many aspects around ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome with the view of trying to support her son the best way she can. This site is sharing information with other parents and people with first hand experiences.
Disorder for adults
Family Support Group, Norfolk UK
Dorset ADHD Support
"Dorset ADHD Support Group is a voluntary organisation that supports those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and their families. The committee is made up of volunteers with no paid staff and provides support on a one to one basis as well as parent group meetings. We welcome service users, their families and service providers to join the group and work with us in order to provide the appropriate support for our members."
Dr. Sam Goldstein
CHANGING THE LIVES OF CHALLENGED CHILDREN
Dr. Sam Goldstein is one of today's leading clinicians, speakers and authorities on child development and neuropsychology.
(Young ADD & AD/HD People Matter) UK
REACH COACHING FOR ADHD
International One-to-One Coaching via phone and e-mail.
To the best of my knowledge all the above ADHD web sites have got web links to this site. If you have an ADHD site linking to this site and not listed above please let us know so we can review your site for linking back purposes. If you would like to exchange web links please let me know see; Contact_Info.
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