The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is a national organization devoted to ADHD issues. ADDA’s site contains FAQs, research and information on treatment, legal issues, work issues, and lists of other resources. It also has a fairly comprehensive section on ADD coaching.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) is one of the largest national organizations devoted solely to issues related to ADHD. The site provides a comprehensive array of resources including FAQs, research, and places to get support. It also has extensive information on public policy and legal issues, and a chapter-locator function that allows users to search for local CHADD affiliates.
This site has information about ADHD and Learning Disabilities (LDs). Its collection of FAQs and articles is fairly extensive. It also has a forum for teachers of ADHD students, an area for kids, and a list of local resources broken down by state.
This is an “e-book” about ADHD with chapters on a wide variety of topics including various checklists, therapies, polls, and audio simulations of ADHD. It also contains some interesting ADHD analogies and humor.
Articles and Tools
This site has a downloadable toolkit with excellent information and resources. Although it is intended for clinicians, the kit has a Parent Information and Support Section. This includes tips for parents on dealing with homework, the school system, and sleep problems.