Have you noticed lately the amount of ADD/ADHD resources available online? Everybody and their uncle seem to have a site, blog, twitter account and are an expert. That includes me!! How can we decipher all this content and not spend hours upon hours trying to learn and look for the information we seek? Funny you should wonder that, because I have come up with what in my humble opinion are five of the coolest, relevant and supportive ADD/ADHD online resources out there.

I've made sure that I have added these sites to my Blogroll at Pills Don't Teach Skills as I feel they offer great insight, valuable content and something unique. The amount of sites and the information out there can be overwhelming, so I hope this might assist some people with making the process of research, learning and understanding a little simpler. In no particular order, here is a list of five online resources I give a big thumbs up to:

Totally ADD is a great site that utilizes video to serve up its content and information, great for people with ADD http://totallyadd.com/
Pete Quily Adult ADHD Coach. Pete has an unbelievable site of information and resources. Its a one-stop site for everything ADD. http://www.addcoach4u.com/
ADD'er World is like the ADD version of Linkedin. It's an ADD community with great people and information for all. http://adderworld.ning.com/
ADHD Marriage, Dr Ned Hallowell and Melissa Orlov blog about marriage when one or both spouses has ADHD. http://www.adhdmarriage.com/
ADDitude Magazine is a great site with outstanding resources and inspirational stories http://www.additudemag.com/

Please comment if you know of some great resources to share.

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Jeff Hamilton

Jeff Hamilton writes about the challenges of living with Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).

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