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Click on a specific category in the Resources section to learn more about other organizations who provide ADHD resources for parents.

National Organizations



CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit and/or Hyperactivity Disorder)  is one of the largest non-profits that goes to helping kids and adults with AD/HD. CHADD’s mission is to empower, educate and advocate for kids and adults that have or are affected by AD/HD. SOAR generally has a booth at the annual CHADD Conference, and SOAR Director John Willson is a board member of the North Carolina chapter of CHADD, as well as a speaker at the national conference.


Learning Disabilities Association of America

The LDA of America is a non-profit organization that helps children and adults with learning disabilities through coordination of experts, counselors, educators and parents. This association brings together information and resources to the people who need them.


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ADHD Coaches Organization

Looking for an adhd coach in your area? The ACO is the worldwide professional membership organization for ADHD coaches. A list of qualified coaches can be found on their website. 

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Center for Parent Information and Resources

The Center for Parent Information and Resources allows you to select your state and find local resources. These local chapters can provide general information, help find a school, recommend a therapist, and much more.

National Publications

ADDitude Magazine

ADDitude Magazine is probably the most well-known publication in the United States. Printed quarterly, ADDitude provides articles from experts including educators, psychologists and medical doctors to provide interesting news, information and tips for parents.






Attention Magazine

Attention Magazine

Attention Magazine is CHADD’s printed periodical. Attention is more of a scientific approach, with studies from medical doctors, psychologists and other experts in the field.








ADHD Momma

ADHD Momma

ADHD Momma is a great blog from a mom’s perspective on living with two boys that have ADHD. It includes a forum, resources, and video section along with the great blog articles.





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ADDitude ADHD Blogs

ADDitude ADHD Blogs are all written by ADD adults, parents of ADHD children, and ADHD experts. The variety of perspectives presented in each blog is refreshing allows you to connect with the resource that fits you and your family best. With an entire section dedicated to parents, you don’t have to look far to find someone to relate to.

Online Resources

ADD Resources

ADD Resources is a great organization for finding unbiased information about AD/HD. ADD Resources offers a ton of information for parents and educators alike regarding attention deficit and/or hyperactivity disorders.



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LD Online

LD Online offers information for parents, educators, supporters and adults that are working with learning disabilities.



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Circle of Moms-Moms of Kids with ADHD

Moms of Kids with ADHD is an online forum where parents can interact with one another and share their experiences, difficulties, and successes. Topics include medication, socialization, education, and behavior.

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National Center for Learning Disabilities

The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides resources for parents on a variety of different types of learning disabilities including dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, executive functioning, and ADD/ADHD.

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Take Control ADHD

Nikki Kinzer of Take Control ADHD is an ADHD Coach and host of the Take Control ADHD Podcast. Take Control ADHD is a relate-able resource for adults with ADHD and parents of children with ADHD. logo is an online resource for parents founded by 15 non profit organizations with one common desire to help parents help their children.