The website www.addresources.org of the new national non-profit organization, ADD Resources, offers over 50 free articles for you to read. In addition, it hosts the rapidly growing National ADHD Directory of ADHD service providers. Already over 550 people have listed their services as physicians, therapists; coaches, professional organizers, advocates, etc. ADD Resources' free monthly eNews is proving to be very popular.
You can sign up for the eNews at their website. While there, you may want to join this exciting new national organization. With a $45 membership for the first year (and only $25 for renewals) you receive their 138 page Adult ADD Reader, their 8 page quarterly newsletter ADDult ADDvice, and access to their lending library with over 450 titles in books, audiotapes and videos on ADHD.
ADD Resources was founded as ADDult Support of Washington in 1993, but in the past year under its Board's direction, they have grown to be a leading national AD/HD organization. They are expanding their services so that, in addition to educating adults with AD/HD, they will be a resource for educating parents of children with AD/HD about this disorder.
June 17, 2004 in Bellevue, WA. An evening with Sari Solden, M.S. This worthwhile presentation is for men and women with AD/HD, their partners and professionals who want to help them.
June 18-20, 2004 in Issaquah, WA. A weekend retreat for women with ADD. Featuring therapist/author Sari Solden and coaching expert Hope Langner. Reserve your spot! Limited to 50 people.
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