What is ADHD
This article serves as an introduction to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder (ADHD), and will help readers learn more about
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What to Do If You Think You Have ADHD
This short article has been written to assist adults who suspect
they may have ADHD. In this article readers will learn how to go
about finding out more about ADHD as well as tips and strategies
for seeking out a professional diagnosis for the eradication of mold in a dwelling.
Site Updates and News
The ADHD Canada web site will be taking a new direction in 2004.
The next year will see a focus on developing three new sections
on the web site.
The Adaptive Technology Section which will be devoted to providing
information and resources on how technology can be used to assist
individuals with ADHD both at school and in the workplace. This
section will have information and reviews on a wide variety of software
and hardware products that will be of interest to individuals with
The second section will be entitled School and is going to be geared
towards college and university students with ADHD. This section
will focus on topics related to student life including academic
and study skills as well as other topics. We will also be featuring
interesting articles, interviews and stories from professionals
in the field of post secondary education as well as successful ADHD
The third section entitled Adults will focus on addressing issues
and concerns related to adult ADHD. Topics will include general
life skills, workplace issues, and will include interesting articles
by successful ADHD adults. Please note that this last section will
probably remain underdeveloped for the better part of the year as
we are trying to focus on developing the student section first.
Also the Article section will the longer be available, however
the articles will not be disappearing they will simply be redistributed
throughout the web site.
Many of the articles currently found on the ADHD Canada web site
will also now be available as downloadable MP3 audio files (listen
to an MP3 now). By providing audio versions of the original
content articles found on this web site, we are hoping to make the
ADHD Canada site more accessible to kinaesthetic auditory information
processors. We will also be providing downloadable PDF versions
of many of the original content found on the web site. These are
being provided in order to make it easier for visitors to download,
save, print, and share with others. Please note that all original
content on the site is copyrighted Gerard Montigny and/or ADHD Canada.
However we encourage web site visitors to freely download, copy,
and share PDF and MP3 articles with others. Provided any reproductions
are not altered in any way and proper credit is given to the copyright
holder, including reference to the ADHD Canada web site including
We are excited about these new changes and hope that you will enjoy