MyBrownBaby contributor Vanessa Bush, who penned Picking Up the Pieces, an essay about her experience dealing with her son’s Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, graciously shared with MBB online resources for parents who have children with behavior disorders. Here, her picks, with links to the sites:

A.D.D. Warehouse
The ADD Warehouse is the leading resource for the understanding and treatment of all developmental disorders. Here you will find a wealth of information relating to ADD, including conference information, articles, and books.

ADD Resource
The site brings together the expertise of Internet specialists and hundreds of ADD, ADHD and LD professionals worldwide, to help you find relevant information on the Web quickly and easily.

Filled with valuable information from respected professionals in the field of ADHD and Special Education, along with advice from parents and other readers. Registered with the Library of Congress.

The ADDvance Web site, first created in 1996, is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

CHADD is the national non-profit organization representing children and adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Founded in 1987 by a group of concerned parents, CHADD works to improve the lives of people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder through education, advocacy and support.

The Learning Disabilities Association of America
LDAA is a national, non-profit organization for children and adults of normal or potentially normal intelligence who manifest disabilities of a perceptual, conceptual, or coordinative nature.

American Academy of Pediatrics
AAP is committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

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  1. Thank you for posting these resources. My husband and I are raising our nephew and two weeks ago he just started meds for ADD. We’ve already seen a slight improvement in his behavior and academic progress.

    As a teacher, I have lots of experience working with students who have ADD or ADHD. It’s a different ballgame when it’s your child who has it.

  2. Thanks for sharing this, I have a girlfriend who I’ll be forwarding these links to.

  3. I’d also like to thank you for sharing these links…I’ll be forwarding this information to my sister. She is always looking for more information to read so that she can better help her son.

  4. Thanks for this!

  5. Thanks a bunch for these resources.

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