ADHD Resources



Clinical Psychologist

Below is a non-comprehensive list of ADHD resources. 

For emergencies and immediate help, call 911. For example, if you or your child are suicidal, engaging in life-threatening self-harming behaviors, or threatening to hurt yourself or someone else, get immediate emergency assistance by calling 911. 

Websites about ADHD

  1. Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD)

  2. Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA): Information about Adult ADHD.

  3. National Institute of Mental Health (NIH)

  4. ADDitude Magazine

  5. Totally ADD: A blog about ADHD.

  6. Understood: Information about learning and attention issues.

Planners & Accessories


Planners are a helpful tool for nearly everyone, especially people with ADHD and executive function weaknesses. In addition to facilitating the effectiveness of using your planner, accessories may make the experience more enjoyable. Please click here to see the list of recommended planners and accessories.

Helpful Products

Externalizing time and minimizing distractions may help you manage your symptoms of ADHD. Creating and maintaining an effective organizational system is also key. Here are a few helpful products. 


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