Resources for Students with ADHD
Children and Adults with Attention deficit/hyperactivity Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder Association
National Resource Center on ADHD
Driven To Distraction
Hallowell, E. & Ratey, J. (1994).Paperback, 319 pg.
Comments: A classic, considered by many as the "bible" of ADD books. It covers general ADHD issues from childhood to adulthood, with lots of practical information and suggestions. It's an easy read. Ed Hallowell is a practicing psychiatrist who has ADD himself. It has a large section in the middle, a list of over 100 symptoms/features of ADD that many patients find useful. The same team wrote a sequel called Answers to Distraction,which is essentially the same book but in a Q & A form.
A. D. D. and Romance: Finding Fulfillment in Love, Sex, & Relationships
Jonathan Scott Halverstadt
Comments: Strongly recommend if you are having relationship problems (as many people with ADHD are). It is also recommend for partners/spouses as well. It's not the best-written book, but it's better than others out there.
ADD In The Workplace
Nadeau, K. (1997).
Comments: A very good, comprehensive discussion of the problems many adults with ADD experience in their jobs, along with practical coping skills and solutions.
Taking Charge of Adult ADHD
Russell A. Barkley (A recognized expert in ADHD)
Guilford Press, Inc., 2010
You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid Or Crazy?!: A Self-help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
Kate Kelly, Peggy Ramundo Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group, 1995
What Does Everybody Else Know That I Don't?: Social Skills Help for Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Michele Novotni, Ph.D. & Randy Petersen
Practical and sensible social skills training for adults with ADHD who may have missed these
things growing up.