The ultimate resource guide for anyone new to ADHD, this downloadable eBook explains:
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
From the moment you suspect ADHD, you'll have hundreds of questions. Which doctors can evaluate symptoms? How can you manage medication side effects? What food should we be eating? Avoiding? Can we ever get organized? In-depth topics in Your Complete ADHD Guide include:
When it comes to ADHD, misinformation abounds. Learn the facts about this oft-misunderstood condition.
How young is too young to diagnose? What if your child doesn't want to take meds? Learn the ins and outs of attention deficit in kids.
Whether you're finally seeking a diagnosis, or trying to adapt treatment to a new career, we cover the basics of grown-up ADHD.
From behavioral therapy to neurofeedback to meditation, we give you the scoop on alternative and mainstream therapy options.
Laugh, cry, and get inspired — with these real-life stories about seeking a diagnosis, coming to terms with ADHD, and more.
Creativity? Check. Spontenaity? Check. A knack for compassion? Check. Read up on the 25 best things about the ADHD brain.
“Preschoolers, elementary school children, kids with ADHD and learning disabilities, adults, women, and girls all have unique concerns and challenges.” —the editors of ADDitude
Wary about medication? Follow this checklist of questions when speaking with your doctor about ADHD treatment options — and possible side effects of each — for your child.
One chart that clearly, concisely explains the benefits and potential disadvantages of working with a psychistriast vs. a psychologist vs. a family doctor vs. a neurologist, etc.