CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) call themselves a “National Resource on ADHD”. They provide advocacy and resources for ADHD (e.g. I’m listed as one of their resources). Many local chapters include free in-person support group meetings.Read More
I can't recommend this webinar highly enough. It opens with some critical educational research that everyone needs to hear, regardless of whether or not you have children or ADHD in your life. She summarizes the literature beautifully-- 10-15 minutes is well-worth understanding yourself and your personal learning/motivation better.
All parents: please listen and begin breaking the habit of saying, "You're good at..." or "I'm bad at..." ASAP. It's a hard habit to break, but it is so important. We are, and should be, defined by where our efforts are placed far more than by slight differences in in-born ability.
The online webinar video: