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  1. How To Reach And Teach Children with ADD/ADHD: Practical Techniques, Strategies, and Interventions (J-B Ed: Reach and Teach) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., 2005-03-17
  2. The ADD & ADHD Answer Book: Professional Answers to 275 of the Top Questions Parents Ask by Susan Ashley, 2005-09-01
  3. ADD/ADHD Drug Free: Natural Alternatives and Practical Exercises to Help Your Child Focus by Frank Jacobelli, Lynn A. Watson, 2008-08-06
  4. A Bird's-Eye View of Life with ADD and ADHD: Advice from young survivors by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy & Alex Zeigler, 2007-11-15
  5. Teaching Teens With Add and Adhd: A Quick Reference Guide for Teachers and Parents by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, 2000-10
  6. ADD/ADHD Behavior-Change Resource Kit: Ready-to-Use Strategies & Activities for Helping Children with Attention Deficit Disorder by Grad L. Flick Ph.D., 1998-01-02
  7. The ADHD Effect on Marriage: Understand and Rebuild Your Relationship in Six Steps by Melissa C. Orlov, 2010-09-01
  8. Teenagers with ADD and ADHD: A Guide for Parents and Professionals by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, 2006-09-30
  9. Twelve Effective Ways to Help Your ADD/ADHD Child: Drug-Free Alternatives for Attention-Deficit Disorders by Laura J. Stevens, 2000-09-04
  10. How to Reach and Teach ADD/ADHD Children: Practical Techniques, Strategies, and Interventions for Helping Children with Attention Problems and Hyperactivity by Sandra F. Rief, 1993-01-01
  11. The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD by John F. Taylor Ph.D., 2006-03-15
  12. The ADD/ADHD Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers (J-B Ed: Checklist) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., 2008-10-06
  13. The ADD and ADHD Cure: The Natural Way to Treat Hyperactivity and Refocus Your Child by Jay Gordon, 2008-07-28
  14. The Gift of Adult ADD: How to Transform Your Challenges & Build on Your Strengths by Lara, Ph.D. Honos-Webb, 2008-10

1. ADD And ADHD Fraud. Find Out The Truth About ADD And ADHD. Exposing The Fraud Of
Articles by neurologuist Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD arguing tghat ADHD/ADD is a fraud. Commentary, media appearances, and related sites also provided.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- (Exposing the Fraud of ADD and ADHD) - ADHDFRAUD.COM - The official website of Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD ( Neurologist, Pediatric Neurology Home Commentary In The News Emails ... Contact Us Video ADHDTotal, 100% Fraud Order Video

(VHS, 56 min.) To understand the elements of the fraud that is ADHD, and all of "biological psychiatry," and, to see the perpetrators/criminals, themselves, order the video produced by Dr. Baughman, entitled: ADHDTotal, 100% Fraud (made with original footage from the National Institutes of Health, November 16-18, 1998, Consensus Conference on ADHD). more Preview
( You can preview the video at website. Comments? Please email Dr. Baughman with any comments, concerns, criticisms, or ideas regarding issues on this website. We will do our best to reply to everyone. Thanks!
Other Websites Death from Ritalin The Truth Behind ADHD
Kids Against Drugs
Campaign for Drug Free Families
Advocates For Children and Families
A Self-Help Organization Articles, essays, and other information pertaining to the fraud of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)Compiled by Dr. Fred Baughman

2. Disabilities: Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Disabilities Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Web Sites. K12 Web-sites. Education on the Web. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are disorders faced by many families today. an effective treatment for add and adhd according to the Feingold
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  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are disorders faced by many families today. We've brought together our best articles here in this section. For related topics, refer to: Learning Disabilities or Physical Disabilities and General Information Our rating system for these articles is:
    • - Best, comprehensive and most helpful overall
    • - Very Good, but more specific in focus
    • - Good reference material

    ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted
    Frequently, bright children have been referred to psychologists or pediatricians because they exhibited certain behaviors (e.g., restlessness, inattention, impulsivity, high activity level, day-dreaming) commonly associated with a diagnosis of ADHD. Almost all of these behaviors, however, might be found in bright, talented, creative, gifted children. Until now, little attention has been given to the similarities and differences between the two groups, thus raising the potential for misidentification in both areas-giftedness and ADHD. This digest provides specific differences between the two groups that will help parents and educators better understand and evaluate their children.

    3. Index
    A teen shares thoughts and poems about living with ADD as well as a wealth of information about the condition.
    var site="s12yadhdpm" TO ENTER THE SITE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW Ok, I am Lea, I have AD/HD. I am 20 years old and this is 'My Baby'. The reason as to why this site exists, is because I was diagnosed with AD/HD in November 1997, and I wanted to find out more about ADD and ADHD.
    I searched the internet for any information about ADD or AD/HD and the more I searched the more I realised what I found was written by either parents or professionals who had never lived thelife of a ADD or ADHDer. I realised that if I was to make my self concentrate (A hard task for anyone with ADD or AD/HD!) hopefully I would be able to produce a website to fill that crucial gap. (I hope I have helped fill it a little!)
    I hope you enjoy your time on my AD/HD site and when you have finished your trip you sign my guest book. Thanks again for spending some time with me. I hope you have a plesant 'Surf'
    Together we can fight ignorance, on my own I can't
    What Psych-Ward do you belong to?

    4. Learning Disabilities OnLine: The ABCs Of LD And ADD
    For more information on add and adhd please visit add and adhd in our LD InDepth section. Source National Institutes of Health, 1993. What is an IEP?
    Learning Disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
    What is a learning disability?
    LD is a disorder that affects people's ability to either interpret what they see and hear or to link information from different parts of the brain. These limitations can show up in many ways: as specific difficulties with spoken and written language, coordination, self control, or attention. Such difficulties extend to schoolwork and can impede learning to read, write, or do math. For more general information on learning disabilities, please visit LD In-General in our LD In-Depth section.
    [Source: National Institutes of Health, 1993] What are the types of learning disabilities? LD is a broad term that covers a pool of possible causes, symptoms, treatments, and outcomes. Because of this it is difficult to diagnose or to pinpoint the causes. Learning Disabilities can be divided up into three broad categories. These types of learning disabilities include:

    5. About ADD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    Information on every aspect of AD/HD, including diagnosis, treatment, alternative medicines, medication, practical advice, support. There is much confusion over the terms add and adhd. ADD, in the strict sense, refers to Attention also some distinquishing differences between add and adhd. This does not make

    6. Resources On ADD And ADHD
    Diagnosis of AttentionDeficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADD - FAQs. ADHD. Specialized software package in examination of ADD. Attention Deficit Disorder.
    Attention Deficit Disorder
    Caution: Many of these links change frequently. We update them as we get a chance. Please also see our What is Attention Deficit Disorder ADD Organizations General Resources on ADD ADD and Children ... Canadian Resources on ADD
    What is Attention Deficit Disorder
    ADD Organizations
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    7. ADHD ADDHelpline For Help With ADD
    ADHD, ADD, Online support group, monthly interactive newsletter and resource center for parents dealing with add and adhd. belief or approach toward ADD/ADHD.
    adhd A site dedicated to providing information and support to all parents, regardless of their choice of treatment, belief or approach toward ADD/ADHD. Contact us ADHD Health Library Including videos on a variety of subjects: Helping your child focus, ADD In School: How To Stay In The Loop, ADD In Adults, Myths vs Facts and much more PARENTS MENU EDUCATORS MENU ARTICLE INDEX ADHD CHAT ROOM ... DONATION AND SPONSORSHIP INFO ADDHelpline is an organization dedicated to providing information and support to parents and educators dealing with ADD/ADHD. Any questions email me at adhd adhd add adhd add attention deficit disorder add attention deficit disorder add attention deficit disorder attention deficit disorder adhd

    8. FDISK's Main ADD/ADHD Page
    add and adhd. Welcome to FDISK s ADD/ADHD page. For the Some feel that the diagnosis of ADD or ADHD is a cop out or farce. They say

    ADD and ADHD
    Welcome to FDISK's ADD/ADHD page. For the uninitiated ADD is the abreviation for Attention Deficit Disorder, a poorly named disorder that affects roughly 5% of the American population. I believe ADD is an improper name because of the word "deficit." A better name would be Inconsistent Attention Disorderthe reason becomes apparent when you read the description. Dave sent over another unique name, "Actively, Divinely, Different." I like it, but I generally don't feel divine so I can't say it really describes me... ADD can be roughly described as "a neurological syndrome that is usually genetically transmitted [and can be] characterized by distractibility, impulsivity[,] restlessness" and the ability to hyperfocus. The "H" in ADHD stands for Hyperactivity which is often found in people with ADD. It is still becoming understood and is a topic of considerable debate. Some feel that the diagnosis of ADD or ADHD is a cop out or farce. They say that everyone has these symptoms and that we are giving people an excuse for poor behavior. What those people are missing, however, is that the average ADD person doesn't want an excuse. They just want to be able to function better. Other people feel that ADD is the yuppie flu of the 90'sThe age of technology at the speed of light has created a race of distracted, impatient people. Well, in 1975 I was labled by doctors with the term "hyperactive." ADD wasn't well known then, but they knew my behavior wasn't normal. I was the classic ADD case..all before it became the popular "catch all diagnosis" that disbelievers seem to think it is.

    9. ADD ADHD Books Attention Deficit Disorder
    List of Books on ADD/ADHD, Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder add and adhd. Resources. ADHD Home Page. Articles. ADD Message Board.
    Thom's Home Page
    Resources ADHD Home Page Articles ADD Message Board Links ... Shadow Coaching
    Publications Thom's ADD Books Book Excerpts More Reading Other Radio Show Unequal Protection Thom's Eco Books Shadow Coaching ... Tell Your Friends about this page
    Although we strongly recommend you purchase books from your local bookseller or (which links to local stores), we also link to for easy purchase for folks who live in ares not served by a local bookstore, or in those areas where the local chain book store doesn't stock all of Thom's ADHD books.
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    Many people who have read one of more of Thom Hartmann's books , have written or emailed asking about other titles. Below, is a selection for consideration, in no particular order.
    Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World
    A marvelous non-pathological perspective on ADD/ADHD.
    Available Online From: France Germany United Kingdom United States You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Crazy, or Stupid?

    10. Expert Advice And Online Counseling -
    A dozen experts answer questions on parent educational topics such as homeschooling, gifted and talented education, learning disabilities, add and adhd, family therapy, school, and pediatrics.,1164,1,00.html
    Got a question about caring for your family or educating your kids? From breastfeeding to college counseling, our experts have the answers! Please Read Our enter keywords (required) select specialty All Specialties College/Career Counseling Education Elementary School Counseling Family Safety Family Therapy Gifted and Talented Homeschooling LD and ADD/ADHD Middle School Counseling Pediatrics Family Therapy Carleton Kendrick Ed.M., LCSW
    Education Peggy Gisler, Ed.S. and Marge Eberts, Ed.S.
    Pediatrics Dr. Shari Nethersole
    Dr. Henry Bernstein
    Homeschooling Isabel Shaw
    Gifted and Talented Felice Kaufmann, PhD
    Noreen H. Joslyn, LISW, ACSW
    Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D.
    Rita Culross, Ph.D.
    LD and ADD/ADHD Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D.
    Eileen S. Marzola, Ed.D. Middle School Counseling Judith Lee Ladd Connie Collins Elementary School Counseling Barbara Potts College/Career Counseling Del Antaki Carol Carter Please note: This "Expert Advice" area of should be used for general information purposes only. Advice given here is not intended to provide a basis for action in particular circumstances without consideration by a competent professional. Before using this Expert Advice area, please review our What Works Exchange ideas, share solutions, and get advice from parents like you.

    11. Teaching Teens With ADD And ADHD
    Teaching Teens with add and adhd. Summary. Teaching Teens with add and adhd is written by the author of the highly acclaimed Teenagers with ADD.
    Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD
    by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S. ISBN:1-890627-20-8
    Publication Date: 2000
    Paperback, 332 pgs. Summary Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD is written by the author of the highly acclaimed Teenagers with ADD. This new book, especially for teachers of teens with attention deficit disorder, contains concise summaries of over seventy-five key issues related to ADD and school success. From understanding the basics of ADD to using effective interventions, everything a teacher needs to know is included in this book. For example:
    • What every teacher must know about ADD!
    • Assigning effective homework
    • Reasons for school failure plus intervention strategies
    • IEP troubleshooting tips
    • Maximizing medication effectiveness at school
    • Tips for mastering math
    • Strategies for behavior management
    • Common learning problems
    Busy teachers and administrators will appreciate the ease of using this quick reference. Parents who see their children struggling can use this book at home, especially when faced with homework difficulties, and to help coordinate efforts with teachers. Particularly helpful for the home-school partnership are the many blank forms and checklists, suitable for photocopying. An invaluable tool, Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD gives teachers what they need to know in order to support their students and help them succeed in school. Contents Teaching Teens with ADD and ADHD
    A Quick Reference Guide for Teachers and Parents Chris Zeigler Dendy, M.S.

    12. Focus Adolescent Services: ADD/ADHD
    Resources and information on add and adhd, including schools and programs and the new guidelines for the diagnosis of ADHD from the American Academy of
    Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or M-F 9 am-5 pm ET ADD/ADHD Attentional Disorders Asperger Syndrome Learning Disabilities Special Education Teaching and Learning Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact Now there is an Alternative to Ritalin and other ADHD Medications Go to TRUEHOPE.COM Hearing on "Behavioral Drugs in Schools: Questions and Concerns" Read Dr. Fred Baughman's statement Read Guidelines for Treating Behavioral Disorders in Children with Ritalin Ignores Evidence of Cancer Risks Guidelines on the Treatment of the School-Aged Child with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Click here to read these guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published October 2001. These state that some children may be helped by Behavior Modification alone.

    13. NCLD InfoZone
    The National Center for Learning Disabilities definition of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, along with coping strategies for students.

    14. July Education Reporter -- Focus: Reading, Writing, ’Rithmetic, And Ritalin
    Offers a challenging view of the so called 'disease' status of add and adhd.
    FOCUS: Reading, Writing, ’Rithmetic, and Ritalin Can it be a disease if no X-ray, CT scan, blood test, laboratory analysis, MRI, or any other medical test can confirm its existence? Can it be a disease if diagnosis can be made by a non-physician checking any 8 of 14 items on a behavior checklist such as inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity, or short attention span? Yet, an estimated two million children (three times as many boys as girls) have been labeled with this disease and are taking a powerful drug to treat it. That's four times as many as in 1990. The disease is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and the most widely used drug to treat it is methylphenidate, known as Ritalin. A powerful stimulant, it juices up the central nervous system, takes effect in 30 minutes, and peters out in three to four hours. Ritalin is classified as a Schedule II controlled substance in the same category as cocaine, methadone and methamphetamine. In 1991 the U.S. Department of Education formally recognized ADHD as a handicap under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act. After the Department directed all state education officers to ensure that local school districts establish procedures to screen and identify ADHD children and give them special educational and psychological services, generous funding suddenly began to flow.

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    Articles on the causes and treatment of add and adhd in children and adults, medication, coping with symptoms, effective parenting and grandparenting, and succeeding in school and college.
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    Strattera: Where Does It Fit In? Treatment of Women and Girls with AD/HD ADD and Addiction Attention Deficit Disorder and Comorbidity ... Awards for our site AD/HD and Medication: The Basics There has been controversy about the use of medications to treat both children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder There have been articles debating whether Ritalin is over or under prescribed. When people ask me about this, I tell them that I can only answer for the children and adults that I have evaluated or treated. Yes, there probably are some individuals who have received medication when some other treatment might have been better. On the other hand, there are probably others who were not been diagnosed for years and could have benefited from medication. Finally, even if someone has attention deficit disorder (ADHD) and is on medication, is it the best medication, dosage and timing?

    16. Classroom Strategy For Students With ADD And ADHD
    Students with ADD/ADHD require more time and attention to stay ontask and focused. Classroom strategy for students with add and adhd.
    Classroom strategy for students with ADD and ADHD
    Regular education and special education teachers are challenged daily to maintain the attention and compliance of a few, shall we say, spirited children. The garden variety of attention deficit disorder is not one of misbehavior per se. These students wear a label that wrongly denotes an inability to attend to structured classroom activities. What these kids have is NOT a short attention span, but a hypersensitivity to ALL stimuli. They turn their heads like little cows at the slightest sound, movement, or visual distraction within their stimulus range, which is usually a five mile radius. EVERYHING is interesting to them. They LOVE lights, buzzers, buttons, motion, talking, playing, fiddling, building, and daydreaming. Daydreaming is the biggie, too. Kids can go for a ride in their own cerebral fantasyland faster than you can say Mickey Mouse. They crave excitement and action. Their brains are on hyperactive overdrive, and they cannot help it. bodyOffer(1058) They still have to do their spelling. They still need to finish the math test. What can be done to keep the teacher¡¦s hair intact while motivating Mr. or Miss Wiggleworm to stay focused on the lesson and complete the assignments? The answer lies in simple reinforcement. All students love getting something. They don¡¦t care what it is, either. It makes them feel special, and when they feel special they will do back flips for their teacher. Well, sometimes they will. They are consistently inconsistent.

    17. Information On ADD And ADHD
    Some definite standards have been set to diagnosis add and adhd. Information on add and adhd. Some definite standards have been set to diagnosis add and adhd.
    Information on ADD and ADHD
    Some definite standards have been set to diagnosis ADD and ADHD. Learn what these standards are and how to understand if your child might have this disability.
    There is a growing concern today that some children are being improperly diagnosed as having ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Another concern is that there are also several other children who have ADHD but yet have never been diagnosed. bodyOffer(32201) The DSM-IV lists specific signs of hyperactivity, inattention and impulsive behaviors which professionals should look for before pronouncing a diagnosis upon a child as being ADHD. Now, children who qualify for such a diagnosis must show six of the nine behaviors that are indicated within this report, and these symptoms must have been observed within at least two different settings. For instance, the behaviors must be occurring both at home and at school, for a period of at least six continuous months. The report also states that these behaviors must also be imperative unto the child, either academically or socially. Some of the behaviors which would fit into the description within each of these categories include: Hyperactivity: The child will often talk excessively or leave his or her seat at times when remaining seated is expected of them.

    18. - - - - HEALTHOLOGY - - - -
    Learn about the symptoms of add and adhd and new approaches to treating learning disabilities in children. Featured ADD ADHD Programs.

    19. Summer Camps For Teens Children Summer Camping Trips
    Summer camp for teens with learning disabilities, add and adhd. Associated with Stone Mountain School, Black Mountain, North Carolina. Offers news on admissions and summer camp programs.
    Summer Camps for Teens and Children Talisman Summer Base Camp provides exciting adventures for boys and girls ages 9-13 with learning disabilities (LD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), and attention deficity hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Participants live on campus in rustic cabins. Activities include white water rafting, rock climbing, backpacking, and much much more. Learn more TREK provides a hiking adventure for boys and girls ages 14-17 with LD, ADD, and ADHD. Participants hike the Appalachian Trail for 18 days. TREK focuses on group participation, raising self-esteem, teamwork and communication skills. Learn more TOBA provides a boating program for boys and girls ages 14-17 with LD, ADD, and ADHD. Participants train for the skills necessary to raft and canoe down Class III-IV rivers in the South East. Lots of focus on group interaction, raising self-esteem and communication skills. Learn more SIGHT is a two-week residential program for children and youth ages 9-15 with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome. Activities include day hikes, nature walks, games, sensory activities, swimming, fishing, independent living skills, and much more.

    20. ADD Without Hyperactivity
    add and adhd can both be difficult and cause distractibility, forgetfulness, disorganization, difficulty following rapid conversations, and low self esteem.
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