This was one of the first resources I used when I got diagnosed, and I refer back to it frequently. ADDitude publishes articles about ADHD for adults and children, and they offer free webinars and a podcast.
What I Like About Them
- Their articles are a good length – long enough to be informative, short enough to be digestible for my short attention span
- They revise their articles as new information and studies come out
- They separate their sections on ADHD children and adults, as treatment can be very different
- The site itself is clean and easy to navigate
- There is no shortage of information on a wide variety of topics and they post very frequently
- How I Lost 10 Years of My Life, guest blog by Jess Matthews
- [Self-Test] Do I Have ADHD? Symptom Test for Adults, self-test by the ADHD Editorial Board and reviewed by the Medical Advisory Board
- Exaggerated Emotions: How and Why ADHD Triggers Intense Feelings, Thomas E. Brown, PhD
- Listen to “Born this Way: Building a Healthy Relationship with Your Adult ADHD”, with Emily Anhalt, PsyD.
From Their Own “About Us”
“Since 1998, tens of millions of readers have trusted ADDitude to deliver expert advice and caring support, making us the leading media network for parents and adults living with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). ADDitude is not only the world’s most trusted source of strategies and information about ADHD and related condition such as learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, and oppositional defiant disorder, we are also the voice and advocate of the ADHD community.”