Useful Links

ADHD Foundation UK: It is dedicated to providing support, resources, and information related to ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and promoting understanding of the condition.
With the financial support of Takeda, the ADHD Foundation has developed a very informative and compiled FREE booklet available to download: ADHD in adults: A guide for successfully living with ADHD. It includes a simple ADHD self-assessment as a first indication for you to understand if you are concerned by ADHD or not.

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH): The NIMH is a renowned organization that conducts research on various mental health conditions, including ADHD.

Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA): ADDA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support, resources, and advocacy for individuals with ADHD.

Understood: Understood is a comprehensive online resource that aims to support families and individuals with learning and attention issues, including ADHD.

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder): CHADD is a national nonprofit organization that provides education, advocacy, and support for individuals with ADHD.

ADDitude Magazine: ADDitude is a trusted publication that focuses on ADHD and related conditions

National Health Service (NHS): The NHS website offers reliable information on ADHD, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and advice for parents and caregivers. It also provides links to support groups and resources.

European Network Adult ADHD (ENAA): ENAA is a network of European clinicians and researchers specializing in adult ADHD. Their website provides information on diagnosis, treatment, research, and guidelines for healthcare professionals.

ADHD Institute: The ADHD Institute is an online resource providing evidence-based information on ADHD. Their website offers comprehensive materials, including educational modules, expert interviews, and treatment guidelines.

Drug Watch: is an online resource dedicated to providing comprehensive information and raising awareness about pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, and consumer health and safety. Information on ADHD and ADHD treatments

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