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ADHD Awareness: ADD Advocacy Resources
Dispel common myths about attention deficit disorder. Essential articles, expert Q&As, tools & checklists, and resources about ADD ADHD and learning disabilities.
Fact #1: The National Institutes of Health, American Psychiatric Society and the U.S. Department of Education, among other leading medical, psychological and educational organization, recognize attention deficit disorder as a real, legitimate diagnosis that affects more than 15 million Americans.
Fact #2: Despite all this, copious doubters continue to voice their skepticism about ADD/ADHD and its treatments.
Fact #3: ADDitude is here to help you stand up for yourself, speak intelligently about ADD/ADHD and learning disabilities, and help others see this condition for what it is.
These resources are designed to help you do just that.
Knowledge Is Power
7 Myths About ADD... Debunked!
Coping With Skeptics
Myths About ADD/ADHD
Overcoming the ADHD Stigma
Speaking Up for ADHD
Tell the World About ADD
Explaining ADHD to Doubters
Tools & Checklists
Everyday Ways to Be an ADHD Advocate