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What We Know - Info Sheets on ADHD

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What We Know sheets are developed by the National Resource Center on ADHD to keep the general public and professionals up to date on new developments in research, treatments and successful strategies for children and adults with ADHD.

Previously called CHADD Fact Sheets, the What We Know sheets are available to view or print as a standard Web page (the htm version) or as a pdf (Adobe Acrobat Reader is required).

Each WWK Sheet is available as a typical web page (the htm version) or as a pdf (Adobe Acrobat Reader required).


Full Versions of
What We Know Sheets
Short Versions of
What We Know Sheets
# 1: The Disorder Named ADHD No short version.

# 2: Parenting a Child with ADHD No short version.
# 3: Managing Medication for Children and Adolescents with ADHD # 3s: Managing Medicine for Children and Teenagers with ADHD (short version)
# 4: Educational Rights for Children with ADHD in Public Schools # 4s:
# 5: ADHD and Co-Existing Disorders # 5s:
# 5A: ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Tics and Tourette Syndrome No short version.
# 5B: ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Disruptive Behavior Disorders No short version.
# 5C: ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: Depression No short version.
# 5D: ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: ADHD, Sleep and Sleep Disorders No short version.

# 6: Complementary and Alternative Treatments # 6s: Deciding on a Treatment for ADHD (short version)
# 6A: Complementary and Alternative Treatments: Neurofeedback (EEG Biofeedback) and AD/HD No short version.

# 7: Psychosocial Treatment for Children and Adolescents with ADHD # 7s: Behavioral Treatment for Children and Teenagers with ADHD (short version)
# 8: ADHD Predominantly Inattentive Type # 8s:
# 9: Diagnosis of ADHD in Adults # 9s: Diagnosis of ADHD in Adults
# 10: Managing Medication for Adults with ADHD # 10s: Managing Medication for Adults with ADHD
# 11: Time Management: Learning to Use a Day Planner # 11s:
# 12: A Guide to Organizing the Home and Office # 12s:
# 13: Succeeding in College # 13s:
# 14: Legal Rights: Higher Education and the Workplace # 14s: Legal Rights: Higher Education and the Workplace
# 15: Social Skills in Adults with ADHD # 15s: Interacting With Others: Tips for Adults with ADHD
# 16: Succeeding in the Workplace # 16s:
# 17: Managing Money # 17s:
# 18: Coaching for Adults with ADHD # 18s:
# 19: Women and ADHD # 19s:
# 20A: ADHD and Teens: Information for Teens No short version.

# 20B: ADHD and Teens: Information for Parents No short version.

# 21: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults with ADHD No short version.

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