Support Groups for ADD and ADHD Sufferers

Today we are going to be taking a look at a range of free and confidential help and support groups that offer anyone who is suffering from or looking after anyone with ADD or ADHD the help and support they need.

There are of course lots of different charities, organisations and also Government run services that will be on hand to answer any questions relating to both ADD and ADHD and as such below you will find information on each of them.
We also do offer a range of additional guides, articles and news stories relating to both of those medical conditions, so please do feel free to look around our website as you may find them informative and educational. Also be aware that as an approved stockist of Adderall you are going to be able to order any quantity of that drug directly from our site too.

CHADD – You will find a plethora of resources are always going to be available to you directly from the CHADD website, in fact if you do plan on visiting it any time soon make sure you set aside a lot of time as you are likely to be on that website for quite a while!

You will also find that CHADD have a lot of helpful video presentations that you may prefer to watch rather than get in contact with them, and one of their video presentations can be viewed so please do spend some time watching it as it is very informative and very well presented too.

ADDA – The Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) is dedicated to helping all adults who are suffering from the effects of ADHD life better lives, and as such if you are an adult who has been diagnosed with ADHD or ADD then it will certainly be worth your time and effort taking a look over their website as it is packed with relevant and factual information.

LDA – If you have a child who has been diagnosed with ADHD and you live in the USA, or in fact in any country of the world another website that will be worth paying a visit to is the Learning Disabilities Association of America website. You will find it is packed with information on who to deal with the day to day difficulties any child with ADHD can or may experience.

NHS – Over in the UK you will also find lots of information can be gained directly from the NHS website, they will enlighten you on the services they offer and will also be passing onto you lot of valuable advice too. Also keep in mind you could visit your UK based Doctors surgery for additional information on both ADD and ADHD.