For a generation, ADDitude has worked with its scientific advisory board to bring the latest evidence-based practices and guidance to support individuals and families touched by ADHD and co-existing conditions.
Through the pages of our magazine, on our website, in our free webinar series, in our newsletters and eBooks, and through our educational courses and downloads, we continue the legacy of pioneers who led the movement to accelerate ADHD understanding and empowerment.
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How Can ADDitude Help?
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ADDitude offers free newsletters for women with ADHD, adults with ADHD, caregivers, educators, professionals, and much more. Select the emails that best serve you here.
Read Our Blogs
“We love him just the way he is. But I feel people’s eyes on us… he’s that kid and we’re those ineffectual parents.” Read this and other powerful blogs.
Get Free Downloads
“The Daily Routine That Works,” “Homework Help for Kids with ADHD,” “How to Sleep Better,” and more free booklets, guides, and tip sheets are here.
Replay Free Webinars
Watch and learn from expert presentations on executive function, procrastination, video games & the ADHD brain, positive parenting, and more here.
Take Symptom Tests
Most people with ADHD also live with anxiety, depression, OCD, or another related condition. Take these symptom tests and bring the results to your doctor.
Read Medication and Treatment Reviews
Read other users’ experiences treating ADHD and related conditions — plus, ask questions, get details, and add your own insights here.
The ADDitude Directory
Search for doctors, professional organizers and coaches, schools and tutors, therapists, and summer programs perfect for your family here.