Want some great ADHD resources? Check these out.

Cindy JobsADHD In The Workplace, Health and Well-Being, Productivity

Navigating the sea of ADHD information can be daunting. Here are some tried-and-true ADHD resources for you to check out.


Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD): The go-to place for support and resources for those affected by ADHD.

Rena-Fi: RenaFi provides an academic, research-based practical, financial education platform. Their members learn better money strategies based on behavioral finance science.

Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA): ADDA supports adults with ADHD, providing a welcoming and safe environment, delivering reliable information, encouraging innovative approaches and modeling ADHD best practices.

ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO):  The ADHD Coaches Organization is the worldwide professional membership organization for ADHD coaches, and we are committed to serving as a resource for ADHD coaches, for our members, and for the public.  If you are looking for a coach, this is a great place to start.

ADHD Essentials: This website offers resources and support geared toward families.

ADHD reWired: This website offers resources and support geared toward adults.

How to ADHD: Videos with tips, tricks, and insights into the ADHD brain.


ADDitude: From symptom tests to treatments, and blogs to support forums, this magazine offers tremendous support. You can choose to receive it online or in hard copy.

Attention:  CHADD’s subscription-based bimonthly magazine is rich in practical information, clinical insights, and evidence-based strategies for managing ADHD.


Sari Solden, MS: The foremost expert on women with ADHD.

Dr. Ari Tuckman: Practical information from an ADHD psychologist dedicated to understanding the ADHD brain.

Dr. Thomas E. Brown: Provides a new understanding of ADHD.

Dr. Edward M Hallowell: Envisions how to use a strengths-based approach to tackle ADHD challenges.

Dr. John J. Ratey: Internationally recognized expert in neuropsychiatry.

Dr. Russell Barkley: Dedicated his career to widely disseminating science-based information about ADHD.


Ari Tuckman: From totally practical nuts-and-bolts strategies to more thought-provoking topics that will give you a deeper understanding of ADHD.

ADDitude’s ADHD Experts: Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life.

CHADD’s ADHD365 and All Things ADHD: Addressing a variety of topics for anyone dealing with ADHD. Listen for interventions, strategies, and tips for parents, teens, adults, educators, and professionals.

ADHD Essentials Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for children and families.

ADHD reWired Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for adults. Note: Adult language may be used during these podcasts.

Sleep With Me: “Sleep With Me” is a groundbreaking podcast created to help you fall asleep. So get in bed, press play and drift off into dreamland.


ADHD Coach Ryan: I am personally familiar with Coach Ryan and respect his information and humorous take on living with ADHD.


How to ADHD: Videos that help you understand exactly what ADHD is and how to explain it to others.

Rick Wants to Know:  Comedy actor and writer, Rick Green, shares insights on life with ADHD.


Time Timer: My go-to tool for helping individuals “see” the passage of time, increasing focus and self-regulation.

FocusMate:  Virtual body-doubling and co-working increase productivity and accountability.

Planner Pad:  Although not marketed as a planner for the ADHD brain, many of my clients have found this funnel format useful to manage their busy live.

Tile Tracker:  Attach Tile tracking devices to any number of things like keys, planners, medication, etc.  The “Find” feature helps locate items that are near or will help you determine the last time your Tile app was connected.

Washington State Personal Finance Great resource for financial education.


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