CHADD’s national office serves as an indispensable, reliable source of evidence-based information on ADHD for the public, parents, adults, clinicians, mental health professionals, and others in the healthcare industry.
"I had grown weary of socializing with moms who felt compelled to tell me their children were in the highest reading group, made the honor roll for umpteenth consecutive time, or were chosen for a competitive academic award. I needed to be around those who understood the chaos and uncertainty ADHD brings to a family like the people I met through CHADD."
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CHADD is the number one resource that provides strategies for parents and adults living with ADHD.